Black Hills State University has awarded nearly $13,000 in grants so far this school year through the Instructional Improvement and Faculty Research Committees to support on-campus activities and presentations.
The Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) program, along with the Center for American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University recently honored the first 11 STEM scholarship recipients.
Steve Babbitt, Black Hills State University mass communications professor, and Dr. Randall Royer, BHSU music professor, are currently displaying their photography in “Endless Imagination: The South Dakota Governor’s Third Biennial Art Exhibition.”
Six Black Hills State University student senators recently attended Students for Higher Education Days (SHED) in Pierre. The BHSU student leaders attended meetings with the Board of Regents and Student Federation, testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee, listened to House and Senate debates, heard Governor Michael Rounds speak, and met with various legislators.
Black Hills State University industrial technology instructors are researching other programs and visiting with regional and state industries to enhance the industrial technology degrees offered by BHSU.
Black Hills State University students, who are spending their spring break in Seattle, Wash., volunteering in parks and nature areas, have been busy organizing fundraisers to help offset the costs of the trip.
Black Hills State University officially began its year-long Quasquicentennial celebration today with the Founders’ Day Luncheon in honor of the date the University was founded – Feb. 27, 1883. Paul Higbee, author of Black Hills State University - 125th Anniversary, and photographer Les Voorhis, signed copies of the book, which was available for purchase for the first time.
Dr. Warren J. Wilson, Black Hills State University chief information officer and executive director of the South Dakota Library Network (SDLN), has recently become a member of the program committee for EDUCAUSE 2009.
Dr. Annette Ryerson, assistant business professor at Black Hills State University and Christine Coolidge, staff member for the Center for Business, Entrepreneurship, and Tourism Services (CBETS) at BHSU, recently presented the results of a survey in cooperation with the Yankton Area Chamber of Commerce’s Convention and Visitors Bureau and the BHSU Center for Business Entrepreneurship and Tourism.
The 2008 Spring Career Fair hosted by the Black Hills State University Career Center last week was a huge success with a large increase in participants and positive feedback from the employers in attendance.
The Black Hills State University Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) has received $4,500 in donations from area organizations and businesses, including a recent $2000 award from the MDU Foundation.
Black Hills State University’s 10th annual Black Hills Research Symposium is currently accepting submissions for this year’s event, which will be held Thursday, April 3 in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Jacket Legacy Room.
Black Hills State University officially named their Yellow Jacket mascot Sting during the games against South Dakota School of Mines and Technology this week.
Black Hills State University celebrates its Quasquicentennial year, the University is also celebrating increasing enrollment. BHSU has had steadily growing enrollment, and the spring 2008 semester again showed an increase.
The Black Hills State University mascot’s name will be unveiled at the men’s and women’s basketball games against rival South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Wednesday, Feb. 20.
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