Two Black Hills State University students who are involved in the American Indian Studies program at BHSU and faculty members are assisting with new exhibits at the Days of ’76 Museum in Deadwood.
Black Hills State University associate professor and writer-in-residence Kent Meyers has several reasons to celebrate this spring after receiving national recognition for several of his works.
The BHSU Center for Economic Education has recently been awarded a grant that will provide funding for Teaching the Ethical Foundations of Economics, a high school teacher-training workshop. The workshop is free to South Dakota high school economics or personal finance teachers and will provide all curriculum materials and teacher stipends.
The South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG), sponsored in part by Black Hills State University, gained 160 teams this spring, bringing the total number of participating teams to 400, a near 70 percent increase from last year’s spring session.
Hugh Palmer, BHSU Class of 1969, was recently named president of the BHSU Alumni Association board of directors. Palmer, from Sundance, Wyo., will serve a two-year term as president of the board. Two Spearfish residents were also named to the board of directors. Julie Benedict, Class of 1995, and Jill Sutter, Class of 2001, will each serve a four-year term on the board.
The 9th Annual Black Hills Research Symposium will be held in the Jacket Legacy Room of the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union on the Black Hills State University campus March 13-15. The symposium includes student research presentations as well as a keynote address by Dr. Ben Perryman, assistant director for the Cardiovascular Institute at the University of South Dakota.
Black Hills State University student Chris Hoy, sophomore technology major from Belle Fourche, takes part in the Stump Scratch contest held once a month by the BHSU bookstore.
Seven BHSU students will be spending their spring break in Washington, D.C., as leader facilitators at the junior high People-to-People World Leadership Forum. The students will leave Saturday, March 3 and return Sunday, March 11.
Lois Fitzgerald Doran, widow of the late President Maurice Fitzgerald, and Dr. Kay Schallenkamp, current Black Hills State University president, cut a birthday cake to celebrate 124 years for BHSU during a Founder’s Day luncheon this week.
Rep. Stephanie Herseth, D-S.D., spoke recently at Black Hills State University.
Four Black Hills State University undergraduate students presented their research projects recently to legislators, state officials, and the public at a poster session in the State Capitol Rotunda in Pierre.
Sandy Klarenbeek, health educator in the College of Education at Black Hills State University, attended MegaSCASS: Learning for the 21st Century and presented at the Health Education Assessment Project (HEAP) meeting in New Orleans.
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