Emma Stone, an outdoor education major from Kadoka, was named the 2020-21 Make a Difference Scholarship recipient at Black Hills State University. She will receive a $3,500 tuition scholarship and funding to create digital environmental resources for K-12 students.
More than 300 graduates will be recognized during the 179th Black Hills State University Commencement Ceremony, which will be held virtually on Friday, May 8 at 4 p.m. Rep. Dusty Johnson will deliver the commencement address. View the list of graduates.
Black Hills State University is preparing for on-campus classes for the Fall 2020 semester. The South Dakota Board of Regents announced Friday that plans are being made to resume face-to-face teaching at the six public universities and special schools’ system.
Black Hills State University is on pace to generate 1.3 MWh of power annually. This is the equivalent of producing enough energy to power 1,000 homes. BHSU anticipates saving over $100,000 per year when the current installations by GenPro Energy Solutions are complete in Spring of 2020 on the following buildings: Donald E. Young Sports & Fitness Center, the Kathryn Johnson Life Sciences Laboratory, the E.Y. Berry Library Learning Center and the Facilities Services Building.
Black Hills State University is closing out the decade by celebrating the successes of 2019 and ushering in a bright future with a new President at the helm. Here are the Top 10 BHSU Moments of 2019.