Black Hills State University-Rapid City will begin hosting a series of academic lectures to promote community learning and collaboration.
The series begins Feb. 1 and features 10 lectures by BHSU professors and other regional educators. All presentations are scheduled for Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at BHSU-RC, room 113, with the exception of one lecture set for Friday, March 18. The presentations are free and open to the public.
As the spring 2016 semester begins at Black Hills State University, several campus construction projects to meet the needs of students are nearly complete or underway.
Start the new year on track and learn the basics of financial management for small businesses during a four-part Financial Management Series “Your Future-Your Success,” hosted by the South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity at Black Hills State University.
Black Hills State University professor Steve Babbitt was honored by the Rapid City Area Chamber of Commerce for his contributions to arts and culture within the Black Hills community.
Babbitt, professor of mass communication at BHSU, and Miller, received the Rushmore Honors Award during at the Chamber’s Annual Awards Celebration Jan. 12.
Black Hills State University is hitting the slopes.
The BHSU Alumni Association will host the BHSU Alumni and Friends Ski Weekend on Saturday, Feb. 20 at Terry Peak Ski Area.
Black Hills State University alumni, supporters and former Yellow Jacket cross country and track and field athletes are invited to the 24th annual Alumni Mile.
The event is slated for Saturday, Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. in the Donald E. Young Sports & Fitness Center Field House. An evening social will be held Friday, Jan. 22 at the Stadium Sports Grill in downtown Spearfish.
The Black Hills State University Geek Speak lecture series returns for the spring 2016 semester with a presentation on the creation and transformation of contemporary art.
Ann Porter, professor of art at BHSU, opens up the spring semester Geek Speak with “Stuffies, Sex and the Contemporary Counter-Reformation.” The presentation is Thursday, at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 110. The event is free and open to the public.
The Black Hills State University Enactus group will hold a documentary film to raise funds for an international project in Zambia.
The film, “Bruce & Tass Bicycle China,” will be shown at Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 305 on the BHSU campus. The film is open to the public. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students.
Black Hills State University students worked with the City of Hot Springs this semester to design a five-year strategic plan to improve tourism.
Dr. Ignatius Cahyanto’s tourism planning and development students presented their plans and research results to representatives from Hot Springs including Cindy Donnel, mayor of Hot Springs, Nolan Schroeder, Hot Springs city administrator, members from the Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce, Dr. Priscilla Romkema, dean of the College of Business and Natural Science, Dr. Barbara Looney assistant professor of management, and others.
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