Black Hills State University will host a Community and Campus Fair when new students arrive on campus at the end of August.
Urla Marcus has been named director of the Center for American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University. Marcus has served as associate director of the center since 2006.
Marcus, says she is plans to continue to advance the work of the Center in her new role as the director.
A play written by Black Hills State University student Jessica Juhrend was recently produced by a professional theatre company in Hollywood, Calif.
Follow the Yellow Brick road to Black Hills State University as the Black Hills Players perform “The Wizard of Oz” during the BHSU Summer Theatre Program.
The Center for Business, Entrepreneurship, and Tourism at Black Hills State is hosting an Entrepreneurship Professional Certificate Program beginning in September.
Black Hills State University recently received a gift of $37,919 from former educator, Edith Gutsche Anderson.
A lifelong interest in education motivated Anderson to leave this gift to the BHSU Foundation for scholarships. The funds will assist students from Butte and Meade counties with educational costs.
Interesting problems in history; geographic information systems and global positions systems: skills, drills and mapping; geometry- art connection; exploring polyhedral; hiking the canyon; astronomy; probability; sports science; pentomino pursuit; and survivor science were are among the activities that high school juniors from across the state recently took part in during the “Rising Scholars in Math and Science” session at Black Hills State University.
Barbara Zwetzig, director of Center for Business, Entrepreneurship & Tourism (CBET) at Black Hills State University and her assistant Chris Coolidge recently attended the Seventh National Annual Economic Gardening Conference in Fort Sisseton.
Black Hills State University recently received gifts from donors. “These generous gifts will provide significant financial support for BHSU students,” says Steve Meeker vice president of University Advancement. “All of us at the University appreciate the support. These gifts will provide needed financial support for students as they begin to transform their life by earning their degree.”
Campaign co-chair, alumnus, and Spearfish businessman Harvey Krautschun, Class of '72 and his wife Joy Proctor-Krautschun, Class of '73, have announced they are donating one million dollars to Black Hills State University.
The John T. Vucurevich Foundation recently donated an additional $72,500 for the scholarship program at Black Hills State University.
Neutrino Day 2009 is set for Saturday, July 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sanford Underground Lab at Homestake in Lead.
Black Hills State University will offer an American Indian Studies class at Crazy Horse Memorial in July. The course, Lakota History, will be held July 6-9. The class meets from 1- 5 p.m. July 6, 7, and 8 and 1-4 p.m. on July 9.
Black Hills State University has been authorized by the Board of Regents to offer a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in applied management in Rapid City. This innovative master’s degree, which will build on the thriving business program offered at BHSU, will target mid- to upper-level business professionals.
Black Hills State University will open the doors on the third season of its summer theatre program beginning July 9.
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Thursday, October 20, 2016