The West River Health Sciences Center will be holding two Virtual Health Summits in the month of November. One will be Tuesday, Nov. 17 for current college students and one will be Friday, Nov. 20 for high school students. Faculty, staff, community members, and other supporters are also welcome to attend either session. The virtual event will provide participants with the opportunity to learn about healthcare careers from current healthcare professionals as well as education and career pathways to achieve their goals.
Black Hills State University will have three commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center to honor the 2020 graduates.
Black Hills State University recently launched a sales training program in Rapid City, the first of several workforce professional development initiatives.
The Beta Gamma Sigma honor society chapter at Black Hills State University earned High Honors from the international organization, which represents the largest alumni group for graduates of business programs in the world.
After his summer 2019 experience as a Davis-Bahcall Scholar, Black Hills State University student Curtis Petersen gained another research opportunity—this time a little closer to home. Petersen, a mathematics education major from Parade, S.D., was accepted into the NSF-funded BHSU Underground Science Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU).