During American Indian Awareness Week at Black Hills State University, the sixth annual American Indian Alumni gathering took place in conjunction with the annual Lakota Omniciye Wacipi (powwow).
The Black Hills State University Alumni Association recently presented the Young Alumni Achievement Award to Rebecca Skinner-Atkinson, a 1999 graduate of the University who works an assistant professor in the Department of Animal Science at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC).
Black Hills State University has earned a reputation for changing the lives and futures of its students through high-quality innovative academic programs and a dynamic learning community. We are proud of the powerful influence and accomplishments of our alumni.
Black Hills State University will host the 11th annual Black Hills Research Symposium in Clare and Josef Meier Hall on the BHSU campus March 24-26. The symposium includes student research presentations as well as a keynote address by Dr. Jaret Heise of the Sanford Lab at Homestake.
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), a student organization at Black Hills State University, will offer a workshop to educate the public about the importance of credit scores Tuesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 304 on the BHSU campus.
Black Hills State University will usher in its 126th anniversary with a Founders Day reception Feb. 27 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the lobby of Clare and Josef Meier Hall.
Black Hills State University was recently unanimously approved to begin a chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, nation’s oldest, largest, and most selective all-discipline honor society.
Bruce Byrum, president of First Western Bank in Spearfish, presents a $10,000 check to Dr. Kay Schallenkamp, president of Black Hills State University; and Steve Meeker, vice president for University Advancement. The donation is the third installment towards a $50,000 pledge to establish the First Western Bank Scholarship Endowment.
Black Hills State University will host a dance-related chamber music performance entitled, “Watch Your Step,” Sunday, Feb. 1 at 2:30 p.m. in the Meier Recital Hall.
Two Legislative Crackerbarrels are scheduled to be held at Black Hills State University during this legislative session. Crackerbarrels will be Saturday, Jan. 31 and Saturday, Feb. 28 at 9 a.m. in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Jacket Legacy Room. District 31 Legislatures Rep. Fred Romkema, R-Spearfish; Sen. Tom Nelson, R-Lead; and Rep. Charles Turbiville, R-Deadwood have been invited to attend and meet with the public.
Black Hills State University will offer a secondary education teacher certification program online beginning this summer in collaboration with the other Board of Regents Teacher Preparation Programs. The program is designed for career changers who have completed a degree and now would like to be able to get the courses they need to be certified to teach in high schools across the state.
Dr. Meredith N. Freeman, 88, who served as president of Black Hills State University in the late 60s and the 70s, died Christmas Day at his home in Athens, W. Va., after a long illness.
Black Hills State University alumni, including former track and field and cross country athletes, are encouraged to participate in the 17th annual Alumni Mile weekend, Jan. 23 and 24.
Black Hills State University honored the descendants of Peter and Kirsten Matthesen as the 2008 Legacy Family.
Black Hills State University photography students will be displaying recent work in the BHSU Photographers Gallery through Jan. 14.
The Contemporary Issues in Photography course challenged 18 students to choose a specific personal theme or project to work on over the course of three months. The images included in this exhibition are the culmination and presentation of these projects. The subject matter is wide-ranging and diverse, and there are a variety of photographic mediums presented. The student photographers have also published a companion book for the exhibition titled, Fhoto Phixation-The Sum of its Parts, which is on display and available for purchase in the gallery.
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