Jennifer Mercer, a class of 1997 environmental physical science graduate from Black Hills State University, recently appeared on the “Today” show to discuss her atmospheric research at Antarctica.
Dr. Laura Colmenero-Chilberg, assistant professor of sociology at BHSU, and BHSU sociology students Anastacia Schulhoff, Windy Rottenbucher, and Lisa Herman-Spilde recently attended the annual Great Plains Sociological Society Conference in Aberdeen. Colmenero-Chilberg and Schulhoff also presented work at the conference.
BHSU participants in the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) Randi Anderson and Gwen Writer were published in the 2007 NCUR Proceedings. NCUR Proceedings is a prestigious national journal which features the research of students who have presented papers at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
The Industrial Technology (IT) Department at Black Hills State University is beginning a new era in its history. The department is now offering a new program with courses in two locations, the Spearfish campus and at Western Dakota Tech (WDT) in Rapid City.
The BHSU English Club has announced the final three films in their Fall 2007 Film Series.
Black Hills State University students visit with a representative from Fred A. Lockwood and Co., P.C, during the fall career fair at Black Hills State University that drew a record number of participants. More than 220 candidates attended the career and graduate school fair this week.
Dr. Charles Lamb, professor and chair of the science department at Black Hills State University, worked with nearly 150 second-graders that visited the BHSU science laboratory this week.
The 2007 convention of the South Dakota Music Teachers Association will be held on the BHSU campus Nov. 1-3.
The South Dakota Board of Regents announced a comprehensive plan calling for new construction or upgrades to science facilities and laboratories across the public university system including an $8-million expansion at BHSU.
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