Black Hills State University photography professor Steve Babbitt and recent BHSU graduate Randall Iverson are among many people in South Dakota who are eagerly awaiting the premier of a National Geographic Show, Untamed Americas, which includes footage and photographs from Custer State Park.
The Dakota Amphibian and Reptile Network (DARN), an organization founded by Black Hills State University science professors, will host their fifth annual meeting in on the campus of BHSU Saturday, May 26.
The spring session of the South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG) concluded its 10-week trading session on April 20. Nearly 500 students from 21 South Dakota schools formed 239 teams of stock market investors.
Black Hills State University recognized employees for their longevity during the annual Employee Awards Reception.
Black Hills State University recently recognized employees for their years of service and dedication during the annual Employee Awards Reception.
Black Hills State University professor of photography, Steve Babbitt, has photograph on display at the South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings.
The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO) at Black Hills State University, in collaboration with Regional Health, will feature avid runner and dean of the College of Business and Natural Sciences at BHSU, Dr. Priscilla Romkema, as part of the Healthy Bodies/Healthy Business seminars. She will present “Balancing Act – How to Balance Work, Life, and Health,” in both Spearfish and Rapid City.
Sixty Black Hills State University students enrolled in Human Relations and South Dakota Indian Studies courses will have their area Spearfish area history projects on display at the High Plains Western Heritage Center Saturday, April 14 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
James Knutson, professor of art at Black Hills State University, received a surprise announcement during class from BHSU President Kay Schallenkamp and Dr. Rod Custer, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, honoring him with the 2012 Distinguished Faculty Award. Faculty members are chosen for the award by their peers.
Kent Meyers, associate professor of humanities at BHSU, has been invited to Vincennes, France, in September to present his novel Twisted Tree at the major literary expo Festival America. Meyers is one of only 70 authors from North and South America to receive an invitation to present at the four-day celebration of American writing.
Black Hills State University music faculty will present an evening of French music Thursday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall.
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