Students from Black Hills State University worked with the city of Keystone Chamber of Commerce recently to increase awareness of Keystone as a primary tourism destination in the Black Hills and to increase the length of tourists’ stays.
The next Black Hills State University Geek Speak lecture will offer a new view of Bob Dylan’s accomplishments which include an Oscar, a Pulitzer, a few doctoral degrees, and most notably, the controversial 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Black Hills State University creates $258 million annually in the state of South Dakota, a significant economic impact for the community and region.
The Black Hills State University Dennis Kirk Jacket Ride, an annual event during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally which supports veteran scholarships, will be featured on the Travel Channel’s ‘Secret Eats’ television series Feb. 1.
Black Hills State University staff members visited with representatives from Miles City Community College (MCCC) in Miles City, Mont., recently to discuss future collaborations.
Prejudice, privilege, and perseverance through the lens of Disney’s ‘Zootopia,’ a 2016 computer-animated film about species who peacefully coexist, will be discussed in the next Geek Speak lecture at Black Hills State University.
Determined, bold, tenacious – that’s how Brittany Thompson’s friends and mentors describe the Black Hills State University Student Senate President who passed away Tuesday after a courageous and unwavering fight against cancer.
More than 200 Black Hills State University graduates were awarded master, bachelor, associate degrees and certificates during the University’s 172nd commencement ceremony in December.
The Black Hills State University music department announces its spring concert series that will include a guest voice recital by Kendra Iverson, a BHSU graduate now pursuing a Masters in voice at North Dakota State University.
Black Hills State University photography student Caleb Munger has an exhibition Thursday, Jan. 26 from 5-7 p.m. in the Emerging Artists Gallery at the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City.
Dr. Adam Blacker, assistant professor of history at Black Hills State University, will present a special Geek Speak lecture in recognition of Holocaust Remembrance Day examining how victims and perpetrators remember the crimes committed by the Third Reich and how the Nazis’ quest continues to affect the world today.
Dr. Trenton Ellis, assistant professor of human services and sociology, will examine food scares in the next Geek Speak lecture at Black Hills State University.
The next Geek Speak Lecture at Black Hills State University will examine how tech companies grapple with the challenge of compressing complex meaning into simple symbols.
The Black Hills State University-Rapid City community lecture series returns in 2017 with a line-up of speakers and topics to provoke thought and challenge perspectives.
Seven international students graduated with bachelor’s degrees from Black Hills State University in December, a notable achievement for the University as it aims to increase global engagement.
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