Five Black Hills State University students presented virtually at the Ninth Biannual International Collaborative Research (ICR) Symposium.
More than 100 students from Black Hills State University, faculty, and community members attended Take Back the Night, an event designed to increase sexual assault awareness, hosted by the BHSU Psych Club.
Black Hills State University Center for Academic Success is pleased to announce the winners of the Take Five Early Registration Event. The Center sponsors an event each semester to promote early registration for classes.
Nearly 100 people attended the Psychology-Northern Hills Training Center Sixth Annual Dance hosted by the Black Hills State University Psychology Club.
Dr. James Hess, professor of psychology at Black Hills State University, was honored with the 2011 Distinguished Faculty Award. He was recognized for being a leader on campus through his dedication to and support of his students, his colleagues, and the University.
Twenty-one Black Hills State University students presented their research at the 2011 National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) held at Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y.
Black Hills State University recently recognized and honored the service, dedication, and achievements of BHSU student leaders, volunteers, and organization advisors during the 19th Annual Student Volunteer Awards Celebration.
Winners have been announced for the 13th Annual Black Hills Research Symposium held recently at Black Hills State University.
The Black Hills State University Center for American Indian Studies recently announced their third round of recipients of the American Indian Education Foundation Scholarship.
The Black Hills State University Honors Program has grown significantly since it was established on campus in 2003. From fall 2003 to fall 2010 the program, which offers highly motivated students a challenging and enriching education, has grown 125 percent.
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.”
Dr. Scott Stoltenberg, associate professor of psychology at Black Hills State University, recently published a book highlighting great areas around the Black Hills region to ride a motorcycle.
Aubrey Baxter, BHSU junior from Redfield, has qualified for the Olympic Trials in the shot put with a put of 54-00.50. Baxter, a psychology major, is the first BHSU athlete to reach this Olympic milestone.
Black Hills State University recently hosted the tenth annual Black Hills Research Symposium. The symposium is a conference which showcases the research of undergraduate students at BHSU in a variety of topics from the different academic areas.
The 10th annual Black Hills Research Symposium (BHRS) will be held April 1-3 in the BHSU Student Union Jacket Legacy Room. The symposium will include student research presentations as well as a keynote address by Dr. Jose Alonso, laboratory director for the new Sanford Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory at the former Homestake Mine in Lead.
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