Black Hills State University students Kathryn McHenry, chemistry and chemistry education major from Cheyenne, Wyo., and Ashley Wingert, chemistry major from Custer, were among the 13 college and university students exhibiting their research last week during the Legislative Poster Session at the State Capitol.
The word “news” can solicit a variety of different responses from different people. Does Justin Bieber’s arrest or the best dressed of the Academy Awards outweigh news about Russian military forces entering Ukraine?
A panel discussion Wednesday, March 26 at Black Hills State University will address these types of questions.
For two decades, the imagination and creativity of Black Hills State University student photographers have produced hundreds of amazing images. Annually, BHSU exhibits these images during a Spring Student Photography Exhibition. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of this exhibition, the BHSU photography program will display photos from its Permanent Photography Collection from March 18 – April 4 in the University’s Ruddell Gallery.
The Black Hills State University’s Enactus team will showcase its multigenerational and international projects to national leaders in the world of business during the Enactus United States National Exposition April 1-3 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Black Hills State University student editors Jodi Mathis and Jenna Carda recently attended the American Collegiate Press (ACP) Best of the Midwest Convention where professionals lauded the convergence of the University’s student produced media site.
For more than a decade, Black Hills State University students have been using their spring breaks as an opportunity to engage in volunteer experiences that address social and environmental issues around the world. Next week, a team of eight students will travel to Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala to volunteer with Sharing the Dream, a non-profit organization that promotes fair trade and community sustainability.
Nearly 200 Black Hills State University faculty, staff, students and community members were present to cheer on their favorite dancing duo at the first annual “Dancing with the Staff” fundraiser.The event, sponsored by the BHSU University Programming (UP) student organization, raised $530 for the South Dakota Rancher Relief Fund
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Friday, January 20, 2017