Two longtime Black Hills State University professors, Jace DeCory, assistant professor of history and American Indian Studies, and Dr. Robert Schurrer, professor of exercise science, were recognized with the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award, a prestigious honor which is bestowed upon them by their colleagues.
Tom Jackson Jr., vice president for student affairs at the University of Louisville, will become the 10th president of Black Hills State University, the South Dakota Board of Regents announced Wednesday. Jackson succeeds President Kay Schallenkamp, who retires at the end of this academic year after eight years at the helm of the Spearfish-based campus. Jackson will begin his duties in South Dakota July 3.
The Black Hills State University student marketing organization recently presented Philly Ted’s of Spearfish with a plan that aims to fine-tune their marketing strategy and captures more of the target market.
The Black Hills State University Enactus team, competing with more than 200 colleges and universities, advanced to the second round of competition during the Enactus National Exposition earlier this month in Cincinnati.
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education has awarded Black Hills State University a STARS Silver Rating for its continued commitment to sustainability making it the first university in South Dakota to be recognized with the international distinction.
The creativity and writing talents of seven Black Hills State University students were recently recognized during the annual Stewart Bellman Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Writing.
Two Black Hills State University music students placed in the recent South Dakota National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition (SD NATS) including Kirk Hauck, music and psychology major from Spearfish, who earned first in two categories.
The BHSU radio station, known as The Buzz, and the television station, KBHU-TV, have recently increased their reach and extended their programming. The changes are creating exceptional learning opportunities for mass communication students through live broadcasts, newscasts, original shows, and coverage of public events and meetings.
Four Black Hills State University students were recently honored for their outstanding research projects at the 16th Annual Black Hills Research Symposium.
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Thursday, February 23, 2017