Black Hills State University faculty and staff are making headlines and transforming lives.
Black Hills State University graduate Nicole (Fellows) Keegan, Class of ’05, received a surprise visit from BHSU’s Yellow Jacket mascot, Sting, and Tom Wheaton, director of Alumni Relations at BHSU. Keegan, who teaches seventh-grade science and social studies at Dakota Middle School in Rapid City, received the Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award for excellence in teaching.
The E.Y. Berry Library-Learning Center at Black Hills State University will have an open house Friday, Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. The open house will highlight recent renovations and allow the community to learn about new advances in library technology, equipment, and collections.
BHSU has earned continuing accreditation for its teacher preparation program by meeting and exceeding the standards during an extensive review by NCATE. A reception celebrating this achievement will be held Wednesday, Dec. 7 from 4 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. in the Student Union Jacket Legacy Room.
Chris McCart, assistant professor and coordinator of the outdoor education program at Black Hills State University, was awarded the “Young Scholar” award by the Association for Moral Education. The scholarship assists in expenses to travel and present at the 2011 Association for Moral Education International Research Conference in Nanjing, China.
The physical education teacher preparation program at Black Hills State University recently earned national recognition from the specialized professional association in physical education.
Mary Jo May, senior Black Hills State University social science education major from Kyle, will have her research displayed at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Fort Meade Nov. 16 -17 in the Credit Union corridor. She will be at the exhibit Wednesday, Nov. 16 to answer questions and share her experience with visitors.
Black Hills State University elementary education major, Bailee Clarkson, senior from Belle Fourche, discovered some familiar faces while student teaching abroad in Ennis, Ireland.
Black Hills State University was presented with the national Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Teacher Education this week.
Black Hills State University faculty are transforming lives and making headlines.
A cemetery walk at Rose Hill Cemetery, Saturday, Sept. 24, at 2 p.m. will highlight Spearfish and Black Hills State University history.
Evan Brindley, senior human services and sociology major from Belle Fourche, and Rhea Richards, senior human services, sociology, and psychology major from Gregory, were crowned Swarm King and Queen at last night’s coronation ceremony held at Black Hills State University.
The past, present, and the future of the Black Hills is what elementary age children were investigating during the Summer Exploration Institute (SEI), presented by Black Hills State University.
Black Hills State University is now accepting students, ages 8-10, for the Summer Exploration Institute (SEI) that will be held on campus July 11-15.
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Thursday, September 29, 2016