Dr. Garth Spellman, assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Black Hills State University, has been selected to receive the EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) Young Investigator Award and will represent South Dakota at a national conference in Washington, D.C. next month.
Black Hills State University will host a dance-related chamber music performance entitled, “Watch Your Step,” Sunday, Feb. 1 at 2:30 p.m. in the Meier Recital Hall.
Two Legislative Crackerbarrels are scheduled to be held at Black Hills State University during this legislative session. Crackerbarrels will be Saturday, Jan. 31 and Saturday, Feb. 28 at 9 a.m. in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Jacket Legacy Room. District 31 Legislatures Rep. Fred Romkema, R-Spearfish; Sen. Tom Nelson, R-Lead; and Rep. Charles Turbiville, R-Deadwood have been invited to attend and meet with the public.
The music department at Black Hills State University will showcase the musical talent of students at a new concert series known as the “First Friday.”
Black Hills State University will be offering an “Entrepreneurship in the Arts” certificate program starting in early February. This non-credit certificate program is targeted at artists of all disciplines who seek to support themselves through their art.
Black Hills State University welcomes author and businessman Jeff Beals to campus Saturday, Feb. 7, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Beals is the vice president of Coldwell Banker Commercial World Group and the author of “Self Marketing Power: Branding yourself as a Business of One.”
Black Hills State University will offer a secondary education teacher certification program online beginning this summer in collaboration with the other Board of Regents Teacher Preparation Programs. The program is designed for career changers who have completed a degree and now would like to be able to get the courses they need to be certified to teach in high schools across the state.
Dr. Janet Briggs, instructor and science education specialist at the Center for Advancement of Mathematics and Science Education (CAMSE) at Black Hills State University, presented an interactive paper at the national conference of the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE).
The 10th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Chili/Soup Supper will be held Monday, Jan. 19 from 5-7 p.m. at the Mt. View Baptist Church and will benefit the Spearfish community food pantry.
The South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG) and the Center for Economic Education at Black Hills State University invite teachers and students to register for the Spring 2009 session of the stock market game. The session starts Feb 9 and ends April 17.
Black Hills State University spring 2009 semester is fast approaching. Classes begin Wednesday, Jan. 14 for classes after 4 p.m. All other classes begin Thursday, Jan. 15.
Dr. Meredith N. Freeman, 88, who served as president of Black Hills State University in the late 60s and the 70s, died Christmas Day at his home in Athens, W. Va., after a long illness.
Over 780 students from 36 South Dakota schools participated in the fall session of the South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG). Students took part in a 10 week stock market simulation coordinated through the Center for Economic Education at Black Hills State University.
Black Hills State University recently announced the names of eleven students who were awarded over $17,000 as the Dakota ASSETS scholarship winners.
In a continuous effort to ‘Go Green,’ Black Hills State University is now offering bicycles for student, faculty, and staff use.
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