BHSU News & Events

June Harvey, Class of ’74 and author of An Incredible Life: True Stories told by Clarence Riggs, recently held a book signing at Black Hills State University.

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Black Hills State University will co-host the 2009 conference of the Midwest Writing Center Association (MWCA) in Rapid City next week.

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Black Hills State University faculty are transforming lives and making headlines with their achievements.

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Due to weather conditions, the Black Hills State University Yellow Jacket Foundation has relocated Saturday’s tailgate gathering to the Donald E. Young Center Sports and Fitness Center gymnasium.

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Black Hills State University recently hosted Careers with Impact, where students preparing for careers in human services, psychology and sociology had the opportunity to network with employers, graduate schools and organizations associated with those fields.

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Black Hills State University has been awarded a $499,844 grant by the National Science Foundation to study plants of this region and neighboring states.

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The Painter siblings from the Black Hills State University rodeo team won all-around titles in Iowa rodeos this past weekend. The first rodeo was held at Iowa Central Community College in Dayton, followed by the Iowa State University Cyclone Stampede in Ames.
 

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Black Hills State University faculty are transforming lives and making headlines with their achievements.

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The Black Hills State University concert band will be teaming up with musicians from Rapid City Oct. 17 and 18 to play benefit concerts for Honor Flight South Dakota.

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Black Hills State University will host baritone Dr. Robert Jones, who will perform a guest faculty voice recital titled “Death, Roses and Don Quixote,” on Thursday, Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall. Jones will be accompanied on piano by Andrew Froehlich.

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Kent Meyers, Black Hills State University associate professor and writer-in-residence, has just published his fifth book, Twisted Tree, and it is receiving excellent reviews.

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Enrollment at Black Hills State University reached an all-time record high with 4,076 students enrolled for the fall 2009 semester. The enrollment increase breaks the previous record set nine years ago and solidly maintains BHSU’s status as the third largest university in South Dakota.

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The South Dakota District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today the Black Hills State University Foundation in Spearfish has been awarded a $750,000 grant to establish the South Dakota Women’s Business Center. The funding, which comes from the SBA, is provided to economic development organizations who directly assist entrepreneurs in South Dakota with special emphasis on women.

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Black Hills State University students are now available to assist local business through a new temporary help program “Jackets on the Job” established by the Center for Business, Entrepreneurship & Tourism (CBET) at BHSU and managed by a work study student.

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Deaver Traywick, Writing Center Director, recently presented a workshop to current federal employees at Fort Meade who are transitioning out of their current positions into new opportunities within Veteran’s Affairs.

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