Two Black Hills State University students were the recipients of the Chiesman Scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Nick Gale, history and political science major from Spearfish, and Elizabeth Sorensen, business administration-marketing and Spanish major from Britton, each received a $750 scholarship award.
Visitors to Spearfish and area history buffs can experience the region in a whole new way this summer via Spearfish Canyon Tours, a venture started by Black Hills State University alumni offering a personal look at the unique features of Spearfish.
Spearfish, the west river region, and the entire state would benefit greatly if Black Hills State University initiatives recently presented to the South Dakota Board of Regents (BOR) are funded.
Black Hills State University nearly doubled the number of partnerships with international universities which could lead to increased numbers of international students at BHSU. The most recent partnerships are in China and South Korea.
Black Hills State University will now offer two new sociology-related certificate programs. The programs were formally approved at the recent South Dakota Board of Regents meeting last week.
More than 20 local children will act alongside Black Hills State University students in the classic musical Mary Poppins during the ninth season of Summer Stage at BHSU. Tickets are on sale now.
Summer Stage at BHSU premieres its second play of the season “Bullshot Crummond,” an on-stage parody of 1930s detective movies, June 11-14 on the Pangburn Hall Theatre stage. Tickets are on sale now.
When you sit on the edge of a C.I.A. safe house placed in the Black Hills State University Pangburn Theatre, you know you’re about to witness something unexpected. BHSU’s Annual Summer Stage series kicks-off June 4 with “Sin, Sex, and the C.I.A.” Tickets are on sale now.
Scholar-athletes at Black Hills State University have impressive grade point averages (GPAs). Jhett Albers, director of athletics, said BHSU scholar-athlete GPA statistics are impressive every year but even more impressive this year because BHSU has increased the number of scholar-athletes participating in the University’s athletic programs.
When Izabelle Choi was in fourth grade in South Korea, she vividly remembers seeing a picture in a textbook of the “Big Stone Faces” in South Dakota. Twenty years later, she stood in front of the Big Stone Faces, otherwise known as Mount Rushmore in Keystone, South Dakota, after accepting a job at Black Hills State University.
Billy Sexton III’s dream of attending filmmaking school lives on in a new scholarship fund established by his mother at Black Hills State University.
Dr. Amy Fuqua, professor of humanities who has been serving as chair of the School of Arts and Humanities, has been named the dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Black Hills State University.
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Tuesday, July 26, 2016