Black Hills State University faculty and staff are transforming lives and making headlines with their achievements.
Monte and Beverly Krier, who are originally from eastern South Dakota and now live in Longwood, Fla., recently established the Delger-Krier Memorial Scholarship for math and science students at Black Hills State University who are pursuing a career as a teacher.
Music fans have a lot to be excited about this spring. The Black Hills State University music department will be presenting its first full opera.
Black Hills State University will now offer its bachelor of science degree in business administration entirely online following approval by the South Dakota Board of Regents this week.
Artwork by 11 Black Hills State University graduates, who are now employed as teachers, were among the artists showcased in a recent show at the Dahl Arts Center.
Black Hills State University assistant professor of science, Dr. Kara Keeter, recently received a $3,250 grant from NASA through the South Dakota Space Grant Consortium.
Twisted Tree, the third novel written by Kent Meyers, a Black Hills State University English professor and writer-in-residence, continues to receive impressive reviews from regional and national publications.
The Black Hills State University Jazz Band directed by Dr. Randall Royer, professor of music, and Chamber Singers, conducted by Jonathan Nero, assistant professor of music, performed at the state Capitol in Pierre on this past weekend.
Dan Patterson, a Black Hills State University Class of 2002 graduate, recently returned to his alma mater to speak to mass communications students about social media and share his experiences in this rapidly changing field.
Niles Armstrong, a Black Hills State University junior mathematics major from Gordon, Neb., was recently selected to receive a $5,000 NASA Space Grant Student Stipend for research.
The Black Hills State University Jazz Band and Chamber Singers, directed by Dr. Randall Royer, professor of music, will perform at the state capitol in Pierre on Sunday, Dec. 12 at noon.
Teri McTighe, recent Black Hills State University graduate, is currently displaying a collection of realistic, western artwork at the Bayleaf Café.
Black Hills State University students will host a photo exhibition entitled, “Untitled” Visions of Diversity, on the BHSU campus Dec. 10 through Jan. 29. A reception will open the exhibition Dec. 10 from 4 to 6 p.m.
This spring, Alexandra Fuller, an author who grew up in Africa and now lives in Wyoming, will visit Black Hills State University. Dr. Amy Fuqua, director of the BHSU Honors Program, is encouraging area libraries, book clubs, and schools to considering adding Fuller’s books to their reading lists prior to the March 23 presentation.
Black Hills State University will present the holiday classic Miracle on 34th Street Dec. 3-5.
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