For the past several years, Dr. Katrina Jensen, assistant professor of chemistry at Black Hills State University, has worked with her former teacher, Jessica Zwaschka, chemistry teacher at Spearfish High School, to organize an annual chemistry learning day at BHSU for high school students.
Visitors to the Black Hills and local residents who visit the Leland D. Case Library for Western Historical Studies and the University Archives at Black Hills State University might be surprised at the historical photographs and maps in the research that preserve and strengthen the collective memory of the Black Hills.
Black Hills State University received a grant of more than $250,000 from the National Science Foundation to support students participating in undergraduate science research at Sanford Underground Research Facility.
Recent Black Hills State University graduate Caitlin Hill will publish essays in two national publications: Silk Road Review and Superstition Review.
Business students from Black Hills State University and engineering students from the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology are partnering on an aviation project to develop technology and prepare a business plan to meet new FAA safety requirements at lower cost.
The Black Hills State University student-run newspaper, Jacket Journal, won first place in a nationwide competition from the American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA).
Black Hills State University recognized faculty and staff retirements, milestone anniversaries, and accomplishments during the annual Employee Awards Reception held recently.
Black Hills State University-Rapid City (BHSU-RC) recognized outstanding students and faculty during the annual Student Recognition Awards Program recently.
From her office in Jonas Hall, Dr. Pat Simpson reflects on her time at Black Hills State University and the journey that brought her to lead the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences as dean.
Black Hills State University professor of American Indian Studies, Dr. John Glover, and Native Educational Endeavors, Inc. have been awarded a grant for $39,744 by the Indian Land Tenure Foundation to offer a Black Hills State University comprehensive online Indian Lands course.
Alicia Benz will graduate from Black Hills State University this weekend as an International University Scholar, one of the first two students to receive this distinction in BHSU history.
During his second deployment to Iraq, U.S. Army veteran Robert “B.J.” Coslet began researching schools to finish his college degree. Coslet says Black Hills State University was the perfect fit for his family, combining location with a stellar education program.
The campus community at Black Hills State University has positively impacted Michaela Stroup – from the first day she visited campus and throughout her college career.
Nia Shumpert, art and graphic design communication major originally from Hilo, Hawaii, is one of nearly 400 students who will graduate from Black Hills State University May 7. Shumpert plans to build a career as a multimedia artist.
When Trait Thorne graduates from Black Hills State University this weekend, she’ll also graduate into a new position at Casey Peterson & Associates, LTD. in Rapid City.
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Monday, June 27, 2016