Black Hills State University has been awarded a $499,844 grant by the National Science Foundation to study plants of this region and neighboring states.
Black Hills State University faculty are transforming lives and making headlines with their achievements.
Kent Meyers, Black Hills State University associate professor and writer-in-residence, has just published his fifth book, Twisted Tree, and it is receiving excellent reviews.
Deaver Traywick, Writing Center Director, recently presented a workshop to current federal employees at Fort Meade who are transitioning out of their current positions into new opportunities within Veteran’s Affairs.
Black Hills State University is celebrating the Year of Science by showcasing the beauty of science in an art exhibit in the David B. Miller Student Union Ruddell Gallery Sept. 30 through Oct. 23. Artwork by Kelly Collins, communication arts graduate from Rapid City.
Black Hills State University recently hosted the 13th Annual Alumni Art Show in the Ruddell Gallery.
Black Hills State University invites community members to attend a variety of lectures and presentations planned for the fall 2009 semester.
The 44th annual Western Literature Association (WLA) Conference will be held in Spearfish Sept. 30-Oct. 3 with Black Hills State University as the host university. The conference is expected to draw more than 300 attendees from across the country.
The Black Hills State University music department will host a faculty recital Sunday, Oct. 4 at 2:30 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall on the BHSU campus.
Black Hills State University students will be doing increased genomics and biomedical research as a result of a multi-million dollar grant.
Black Hills State University will celebrate Constitution Day on Sept. 17 from 2-3 p.m. with an in-depth look at Abraham Lincoln and his work.
Black Hills State University will host a picnic for retired faculty and staff on Thursday, Sept. 10 at noon at the large shelter behind the band shell in the Spearfish City Park.
South Dakota high school students will have the rare opportunity to be involved in national physics research at the Sanford Lab thanks to an outreach program through Black Hills State University. This summer two high school physics teachers, one from Hill City and one from Aberdeen, participated in a national research and study program known as QuarkNet that is designed to get high school teachers, and ultimately high school students, involved in particle physics research.
Black Hills State University faculty and staff are transforming lives and making headlines with their achievements.
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