The Black Hills State University photography program recently received cash donations of $18,000 as well as additional equipment donations with a value of $9,000.
Dr. David Cremean, associate professor of humanities and English at Black Hills State University, recently presented his essay, "Zeitgeist, Incorporated: The Two Chigurhs in the Novel and Film Versions of No Country for Old Men," at the Fall 2008 Western Literature Association (WLA) conference in Boulder, Colo.
Dr. Roger Miller, associate professor of geography at Black Hills State University, will be escorting a college study tour to Australia and New Zealand. Community members are welcome to join the group.
Idell Conaway will be displaying photographs in the Ruddell Gallery on the second floor of the David B. Miller Student Union at Black Hills State University. The exhibit, “The Underwater World of Idell Conaway,” will be on display through Nov. 14.
Black Hills State University students are getting involved in the community through five volunteer activities as part of Volunteer Week 2008.
The Industrial Technology (IT) Department at Black Hills State University is once again expanding. Starting in January four courses will be offered, at the Regional Technical Education Center (Rtec) in Yankton as BHSU makes the associate degree in Industrial Technology available to manufacturing businesses and employees in southeast South Dakota.
Joseph Kissack, junior Black Hills State University music major from Moorcroft, Wyo., received a $600 scholarship from Lori Miller, co-owner of High Plains Booking.
Black Hills State University will host Dick Beardsley--marathon champion, motivational speaker, and holder of the fifth fastest marathon time in U.S. history Wednesday, Oct. 29, from 3:30-4:45 p.m. in Jonas Hall Room 305 on the BHSU campus.
Erin Holmes, director of institutional research and assessment at Black Hills State University, was notified that her manuscript, "African-American and White Perception of Police Services: The Impact of Diversity on Citizens’ Attitudes toward Police Services," will be published. The manuscript is tentatively set to be included in the Journal of Public Management and Social Policy (JPMSP) Spring 2010: Volume 16-Issue 1.
Black Hills State University offers a unique program to encourage people to consider a teaching degree. Project SELECT accelerates the education and placement of teachers in South Dakota schools.
Mallory Petersen, junior Black Hills State University instrumental music instruction major from Pierre, was the recipient of the 2008 Family Scholarship from the South Dakota Department of Corrections. Petersen was awarded a $1,000 scholarship at their annual fall conference in Spearfish.
An eight-week internship with an advertising agency in London has given Jamie Richey, senior business administration major from Wewela, the opportunity to gain global experience and helped her clarify her career aspirations and goals.
Black Hills State University Theatre Department will be performing "Letters from the Past" Oct. 16-18 at 7:30 p.m. and Oct. 19 at 2:30 p.m. in the Woodburn Theatre.
The 2008 Black Hills State University Career and Graduate School Fair will be Wednesday, Oct. 22 from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Jacket Legacy Room.
Laura Turner, Black Hills State University instructor of education, has published several articles over the last two years for techLearning.com, an online resource for education technology professionals.
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