Dr. Ahrar Ahmad, professor of political science at Black Hills State University, recently presented “War and Peace in the Middle East,” as part of the community Lecture and Lunch Series at BHSU.
More than 200 people attended renowned author Alexandra Fuller’s presentation and book signing at Black Hills State University. Fuller, who grew up in Africa and currently lives in Wyoming, discussed topics in her recent book The Legend of Colton H. Bryant, as part of the Madeline A. Young Distinguished Speaker Series.
Donations are currently being accepted for two scholarship programs (the Merlyn and Shirley Aman Music Scholarship and the general athletic scholarship fund) created to honor former BHSU music professor Merlyn Aman, who passed away recently.
The opera Dido and Aeneas, previously planned to be performed at Black Hills State University March 19 and 20, has been rescheduled to April 23 and 24.
Black Hills State University recently presented Alexandra Fuller books to high school libraries in Spearfish, Belle Fourche, Sundance, Gillette, Sturgis, Lead, Deadwood and Rapid City in anticipation of Fuller’s presentation at BHSU this month.
Black Hills State University will host the North Dakota State University Concert Choir Tour Monday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall.
The 12th Annual Black Hills Research Symposium to showcase Black Hills State University undergraduate research will be held in the Clare and Josef Meier Hall on the BHSU campus from March 16-18. In addition to showcasing BHSU student research, the symposium will present a keynote address by Dr. David H. Autor from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Economics on March 18 at 12:45 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall.
Alexandra Fuller, an author who grew up in Africa and now lives in Wyoming, will visit Black Hills State University March 23 at 7 p.m. in the Clare & Josef Meier Recital Hall.
The Black Hills State University three dimensional design students will host an Artwear Fashion Show at The Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City, Saturday, March 20 at 2:30 p.m., that will feature “green” fashions designed by the students.
Black Hills State University will host the inaugural performance in the new black box theatre located in the lower level of Woodburn Hall.
The Black Hills State University First Friday: Breakfast with the Arts this week will feature performances by several of vocal majors who are preparing for a state competition.
Dr. Randall Royer, Black Hills State University professor of music, will have one of his photos published in the April issue of Outdoor Photographer Magazine.
A number of teachers enrolled in the Science Specialist Endorsement program at Black Hills State University were among science and math teachers from across the state that met recently at the annual joint conference of the S.D. Science Teachers Association and S.D. Council of Teachers of Mathematics held in Huron.
A photograph by Steve Babbitt, professor of photography at Black Hills State University, was selected for the Endless Visions: The South Dakota Governor’s Fourth Biennial Art Exhibition currently on display at the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City. Babbitt’s photograph entitled “Dead End” was chosen for this highly selective juried show.
Three Black Hills State University students are taking an active role in the state Legislative session.
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Friday, April 28, 2017