Black Hills State University senior Katie Nielson of Pierre has never been more sure of her calling to be a physician. The biology and chemistry major will attend the Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota after graduating from BHSU this week.
The 22nd Annual Black Hills Research Symposium at Black Hills State University will be held online April 7-9 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A group of motivated faculty moved quickly after CDC recommendations limited large gatherings in mid-March to ensure students would still have the opportunity to share their research.
Black Hills State University graduate Karen Bialas earned more than a degree when she returned to college at the age of 49. The mentorship of two BHSU faculty members continues to help her stay on the cutting edge of mass communication. Bialas is using her college degree daily as a visual information specialist and marketing representative for the 28th Force Support Squadron at the Ellsworth Air Force Base. It’s exactly the type of job Bialas strived for when she decided to return to college in her late 40s.
Students of Black Hills State University will present what they have learned through their research experiences during the 21st Annual Black Hills Research Symposium March 26-28 in Spearfish.
Successful graduates, new academic offerings, and sustainability achievements...just to name a few.
As we approach the New Year, here’s a look back at the Top 10 moments for Black Hills State University in 2018.