Dr. Lois Flagstad, vice president for Enrollment and Student Affairs, and Dr. Chris Crawford, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, both recently announced they plan to retire from Black Hills State University in June.
Black Hills State University was named one of the Top 200 Colleges for Indigenous Students by Winds of Change Magazine, published by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). The major criteria for selection include a university’s supportive Native community and statistics on degrees.
Two students at Black Hills State University saved the life of their friend this fall while hiking in Spearfish Canyon. Preston Knobloch, applied health sciences major from Sioux Falls, and Alexis Venables, art major from Sartell, Minn., were recently recognized by BHSU with a Lifesaving Award.
The Northern Hills Hunger Banquet, sponsored by the Northern Hills Sources of Support (SOS) and the Black Hills State Univeristy Multicultural Committee, returns to increase awareness and support for hunger in the Northern Hills. Learn the reality of local hunger and poverty during the Banquet Tuesday, Jan. 28th at 6 p.m. The Banquet will take place in the Jacket Legacy Room, located on the second floor of the Black Hills State University Student Union. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
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.