Nearly 430 graduates will be recognized during the 173rd Black Hills State University Commencement Ceremony.
Students from the Black Hills State University delivered fast-paced, high-energy informational presentations at the Rapid City Chamber of Commerce sponsored Pecha Kucha Night April 25. The event was hosted by the Rapid City Public Library.
Black Hills State University Honors students will present their final capstone projects as the last installment of the Geek Speak Lecture Series on campus this semester. Presentations will be held at the Joy Center Tuesday, May 2 and Thursday, May 4 from 2 to 5 p.m.
The spring session of the South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG), operated by the Black Hills State University Center for Economic Education, concluded its 10-week trading session on April 21. For the spring trading session, 465 students from 23 South Dakota schools formed 212 teams of stock market investors and received a hypothetical $100,000 to perform online investing in real-time stocks, bonds and mutual funds.
The Black Hills State University Debate Team returned from the Pi Kappa Delta National Tournament with a winning record. One member of the team advanced to the quarterfinal round and two team members earned awards of excellence. The team recently held an exhibition debate on gun suppressor laws at BHSU-Rapid City.
With a knack for entrepreneurship and a love of the outdoors, a team that included Black Hills State University students and a staff member placed first in Startup Weekend Black Hills recently.
As the Board of Regents meeting concluded at Black Hills State University last week, BHSU honored the retirement of one of the University’s distinguished alumni and a strong supporter of education in the State of South Dakota, Regent Dr. Kathryn Johnson.
Black Hills State University is offering a new certificate in social media following South Dakota Board of Regents approval this week.
A group of 12 Black Hills State University students recently spent their Spring Break volunteering in Colorado at an elementary school, a zoo, and a food bank.
Black Hills State University will host the 19th Annual Black Hills Research Symposium March 21-23 on the BHSU campus in Spearfish.
Garrett Kohler, psychology major from Lead, D’Aryn Lends His Horse, chemistry major from Eagle Butte, and Katelyn Woten, professional accountancy major from Potter, Neb., attended the Botho University International Conference (BUIC): Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Transformation Towards a Knowledge Based Society in Botswana, Africa.
Black Hills State University students are using food as a lens to study the economic systems, history and geography of other countries.
Black Hills State University accounting students will provide free tax preparation services to eligible individuals and families through the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. This is the 26th year BHSU students have provided this service to the community.
After working and traveling to 100 countries throughout his career as a program officer and contracts director, Black Hills State University alum James Dzierwa is paving the way for students to build a career in international relations.
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Saturday, April 29, 2017