Nearly 150 people attended two South Dakota Certified Public Accountant Society Accounting Showcases in Spearfish and Rapid City, hosted by Black Hills State University.
A presentation on the past and future of the Homestake Mine will be presented by Steven T. Mitchell and Dr. Jose Alonso Thursday, Nov. 19 at the Adams Museum at 1 p.m.
Black Hills State University faculty are transforming lives and making headlines with their achievements.
Black Hills State University recently co-hosted the 2009 Regional ASPIRE Conference with the South Dakota TRiO programs. Over 250 TRiO participants from Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, North Dakota, and South Dakota were in attendance.
Kent Meyers, writer in residence and associate professor of humanities at Black Hills State University, recently presented a book reading and signing on campus. His latest novel Twisted Tree is receiving national attention. The book was recently reviewed in People magazine (which gave it 3 ½ stars out of a possible of 4), the Washington Post and many other national and regional publications.
A program at Black Hills State University, known as Project PRIME, was singled out by Secretary of Education Arne Duncan today in a speech at Columbia University.
Students of the Black Hills State University student organization People for the Ethical Treatment of the Environment (P.E.T.E.) along with Hills Horizon, will host a 350 Climate Celebration Saturday, Oct. 24 at 11 a.m. at the bandshell in the Spearfish City Park.
The BHSU Educational Outreach Office in conjunction with the Marketing and Communications office will host an open house in their newly renovated offices on Thursday, Oct. 29 from 2-4 p.m.
Dr. Dean Myers, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Black Hills State University, has announced his retirement effective at the end of this academic year. A national search will begin immediately to fill the provost position at BHSU.
Black Hills State University is making changes to accommodate the greatly increased use of laptop computers by students. A survey conducted as students moved into residence halls this fall revealed that nearly 90 percent of students brought a computer with them. That number is consistent with a national and regional trend in recent years.
Three Black Hills State University student organizations were recently recognized by the South Dakota Board of Regents for their outstanding academic, community and organizational work.
In celebration of American Archives Month, the Black Hills State University Leland D. Case Library for Western Historical Studies and BHSU Archives will hold an open house on Oct. 29th from 2-5 p.m.
Black Hills State University has received the following grants and awards:
Black Hills State University offers a unique teacher certification program to encourage people to consider a teaching degree. Project SELECT accelerates the education and placement of secondary teachers in surrounding area school districts.
Historian and author Dr. Suzanne Barta Julin will present an overview of Black Hills tourism history on Thursday, Oct. 29 at 8 a.m. in Jonas Hall, Room 309.
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Tuesday, September 27, 2016