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On Monday, May 19, Michael Baum and Karri Dieken, Black Hills State University graduates and adjunct art instructors, will begin a five-day, 442-mile bike ride from Spearfish to Brookings while creating a series of seismic drawings, a photographic journal and a video documentary.

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From a Father’s Day caveman game adventure and an art and wine festival  to a 5K fun run, Black Hills State University tourism students spent the spring semester creating and planning a kick-off to summer event that would boost community attendance at Rushmore Cave.

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AACSB sealBlack Hills State University has earned international accreditation of its business administration and MBA programs by recent action of the board of directors of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. Only 694 schools of business, or less than 5 percent worldwide, have earned this distinguished hallmark of excellence.

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Black Hills State University psychology major Kaitlin Schneider, who started her collegiate career while still a senior at Sturgis Brown High School, has spent the last several years involved in a variety of research projects, one which awarded her the top undergraduate oral presentation at this year’s Black Hills Research Symposium (BHRS).While her time as a BHSU undergraduate will come to an end tomorrow, Schneider’s career in academia is just beginning.

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Black Hills State University faculty and staff served more than 450 students during the late night breakfast earlier this week.

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Black Hills State University students in Dr. Wei Song’s integrated marketing communication class this semester had the opportunity to blend theory and their coursework into a practical learning experience. However, their projects also had a larger purpose – to make a contribution to the surrounding community.


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Black Hills State University will be able to increase its sustainability efforts after being one of only 28 four-year colleges nationwide to receive a grant from the Coca-Cola Foundation and Keep America Beautiful organization

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Composers can find inspiration in nearly anything, a world event, book, past composers or a unique sound. Black Hills State University student Jesse Dunaway and music professor Dr. Symeon Waseen are digging a little deeper for their inspiration – nearly a mile underground.

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The Jacket Journal, the Black Hills State University’s student newspaper, is continuing its tradition of excellence with another first place award in the 2014 American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA) annual newspaper competition.


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A QuickBooks training for beginners will be held at the University Center-Rapid City Thursday, May 22 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Mac Lab, room 103.

 

 

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More than 420 candidates will be recognized for graduation during Black Hills State University’s 167th commencement ceremony Saturday, May 10 at 10 a.m. in the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center.


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The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO) at Black Hills State University, in partnership with Goldcorp-Wharf Resources, presents the inaugural Women in Leadership Series: Focusing on the Future.

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Two longtime Black Hills State University professors, Jace DeCory, assistant professor of history and American Indian Studies, and Dr. Robert Schurrer, professor of exercise science, were recognized with the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award, a prestigious honor which is bestowed upon them by their colleagues.


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Tom Jackson Jr.Tom Jackson Jr., vice president for student affairs at the University of Louisville, will become the 10th president of Black Hills State University, the South Dakota Board of Regents announced Wednesday. Jackson succeeds President Kay Schallenkamp, who retires at the end of this academic year after eight years at the helm of the Spearfish-based campus. Jackson will begin his duties in South Dakota July 3.

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Black Hills State University’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and become a “green” campus is being recognized nationally. The University’s dining services was recently notified that The Hive, the campus dining facility, and The Buzz Shack, a coffee and snack shop, have both been designated as 2 Star Certified Green Restaurants by the Green Restaurant Association (GRA.)

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