Dr. Liz Fayer, instructor/coordinator of Project SECOND at Black Hills State University, and Dr. Joanna Jones, former BHSU professor, will examine how we can see metapatterns in nature, culture, design, and innovation at the next Geek Speak lecture at BHSU.
Black Hills State University students invite the community to campus to celebrate Sting in the Spring April 17-22.
Dr. Martin Fashbaugh, Black Hills State University assistant professor of English, will examine how the French Revolution of 1789 served as inspiration for English poets like William Blake, William Wordsworth, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge for the first April Geek Speak lecture at BHSU to start off National Poetry Month.
Student musicians at Black Hills State University were chosen to participate in the 2017 South Dakota Intercollegiate Band which performed recently at O’Gorman High School in Sioux Falls.
Black Hills State University is offering a new certificate in social media following South Dakota Board of Regents approval this week.
As a student’s first photograph rises from the developer, Steve Babbitt once again gets to witness the student’s face light up with excitement. Steve says that expression of wonder is still one of his greatest rewards after teaching 25 years.
Cody Drolc, a Black Hills State University alum who graduated as a University Honors Scholar, will examine how the world changed following Edward Snowden’s exposure of government surveillance in the next Geek Speak lecture at BHSU.
Area middle and high school students will learn about the latest developments in media literacy and entrepreneurship during the Black Hills State University Media Blitz on campus in Spearfish March 28.
Students at Black Hills State University recently went nearly a mile underground at Sanford Underground Research Facility in Lead with robots in hand made by middle school students.
The next Black Hills State University Geek Speak lecture will explore how performance-based storytelling including theatre and slam poetry functions as sites of activism and knowledge making about the issue of violence against Native women.
Black Hills State University will host the 19th Annual Black Hills Research Symposium March 21-23 on the BHSU campus in Spearfish.
Dr. John Alsup, professor of math education at Black Hills State University, received the Distinguished Faculty Award this week, the highest honor the University bestows on a member of the faculty.
Garrett Kohler, psychology major from Lead, D’Aryn Lends His Horse, chemistry major from Eagle Butte, and Katelyn Woten, professional accountancy major from Potter, Neb., attended the Botho University International Conference (BUIC): Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Transformation Towards a Knowledge Based Society in Botswana, Africa.
Are coloring books for adults just a passing fad or is there science behind their success? Black Hills State University associate professor of psychology, Dr. Aris Karagiorgakis, may have the answer.
Black Hills State University students are using food as a lens to study the economic systems, history and geography of other countries.
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