The summer gardening season is here and Black Hills State University is helping the Spearfish community get their hands dirty by offering free gardening workshops at the campus community garden located behind the Yellow Jacket Apartments on Hillsview Road.
Black Hills State University candidates for graduation were awarded master, bachelor, associate degrees during the University’s 173rd commencement ceremony this month. Nearly 430 students received their degrees.
Black Hills State University students recently presented research and scholarly projects at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) held at the University of Memphis. The 15 BHSU students in attendance shared projects on diverse topics including the effect of exercise on wages and the effects of a creative arts outreach program on adolescent psychiatric inpatients.
A partnership between Black Hills State University and Hills Horizon has led to the creation of a new bicycle advisory group, Bike Spearfish!
Eleanor (Ellie) Froschmayer was drawn to Black Hills State University after visiting the Crazy Horse Memorial on a family trip. That inspiration, combined with her American Indian Studies education at BHSU, has created a career path for Ellie to share her passions.
Black Hills State University graduating senior Amanda Krueger will soon begin her new job as a fourth grade teacher at Creekside Elementary in Spearfish, just a few doors down the hall from where she completed her student teaching.
At Black Hills State University, graduating senior Elizabeth Williams found a school of peers who, like her, were driven and academically-focused.
After visiting Rapid City through a work and travel program, Oluwahola (Peter) Okoya asked around about a local school with a master’s degree program focused on learning business. The resounding response was Black Hills State University.
Naveen Malik took biology at Harvard. She graduated from Northwestern. But after taking classes at those elite institutions, Naveen says the personal connections she’s formed at Black Hills State University have made all the difference in her success as a student.
As Garrett Kohler prepares to walk across the commencement stage, he says several key opportunities at Black Hills State University helped him along his path.
Maisee Pickart is one of nearly 430 students who will graduate from Black Hills State University this weekend. A South Dakota native, Maisee says she is glad to be able to stay in her home state as she begins her career in accounting.
As she graduates from Black Hills State University, Shenae LaCroix is leaving Spearfish better than she found it.
Shandell Clutter will put her new degree from Black Hills State University to good use this month as the full-time, in-house graphic designer at the Buffalo Chip.
Black Hills State University graduating senior Michael Hurst has his pick of universities after being accepted into five chemistry Ph.D. programs.
Photographer’s Forum Magazine chose 18 Black Hills State University photography students as finalists for the 37th Annual College Photographers Competition, a designation placing BHSU students in the top four percent of college photographers in the world.
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Tuesday, May 23, 2017