“If you have never learned a foreign language, you have no idea how much better your life gets when you can speak a foreign language. People are nicer to you, you make more friends and have better experiences. It is a wonderful experience and we want you to experience it with us.”
Brent Van Arsdell
Department: School of Arts and Humanities
Title: ADJ. Inst.-German 101/101H
A native South Dakotan, Constance Hubbard has been a part-time German instructor at Black Hills State since January 2000. She also teaches piano class here. Frau Hubbard earned her BA at the University of South Dakota in German with minors in music, English and education. Her MA is in German and English from the University of Nebraska/Lincoln.
Frau Hubbard is president of the South Dakota Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German. She studied for a year at the Universität Regensburg and has traveled numerous times to German-speaking countries as a tourist, tour leader and as a student.
Hubbard earned her music degree from BHSU in 2006. Her interests are playing the piano and violin, acting in and directing community theater productions, spending time with her fabulous family, and traveling!