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.
The Black Hills State University Center for Business and Entrepreneurship will celebrate EntrepreneurshipWeek USA Feb. 24 through March 3.
In recognition of National TRIO Day, the Student Support Services and Upward Bound programs will be conducting a food drive to benefit the on-campus food pantry.
Black Hills State University student Shawna Norman, senior art major from Spearfish, was awarded Best of Show for her photography entry at the annual Spearfish Arts Center Winter Art Show.
BHSU will participate in a Point of Dispensing (POD) training session March 6 to simulate an exercise to provide whatever antidote might be needed to the entire South Dakota population in a 48-hour time period in the event of a bioterrorist attack.
Jeff Singley has joined the Black Hills State University staff as a security officer.
Warren J. Wilson, director of the South Dakota Board of Regents’ Information Systems, has been named to a joint appointment as chief information technology officer for Black Hills State University and executive director of the South Dakota Library Network (SDLN). Wilson will replace Arnie Hemmingson, chief information officer, who is retiring this spring. Hemmingson has led the computer and information technology department at BHSU since 1985.
BHSU students now have another option for transportation in the Spearfish area. The Spearfish Trolley, operated by Prairie Hills Transit, will begin its route Thursday, Feb. 22. Trolley hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.
It’s all about the people. That’s a given for Anita Haeder, director of human resources at Black Hills State University, who recently retired after nearly 38 years of employment with the university.
BHSU students traveling to New Orleans to help with hurricane relief this spring have two new reasons to celebrate: a generous monetary donation and a collaboration with SDSU students.
For the second year, Black Hills State University faculty members Cynthia Chandler, Joanna Jones and Patricia Simpson served as members of the International Reading Association’s Exemplary Reading Program Award Visitation Team.
The opportunity of a lifetime is only weeks away for 20 Black Hills State University students and leaders who will assist with hurricane relief efforts in New Orleans, gutting houses, removing mold, and rebuilding. Preparation for members of the Alternative Spring Break team is neither easy nor inexpensive; however, recent action by a community business leader once again exemplifies the great generosity of the Black Hills community.
Dr. James Hesson, professor in the division of Physical Education and Health in the College of Education at Black Hills State University, has been nominated for national recognition by Marquis Who’s Who. He has also been invited to give two presentations at the annual convention of the Texas Community College Teachers Association.
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