Updates and Events Announcement at BHSU

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Announcements
Job Openings in Disability Services & Testing Center
Accepting applications for student employment.  Must be eligible for Federal Work-Study.  Experience in the below job duties is preferred.  Specific Fall 2019 hours needed are listed below.  Position begins August 26th, 2019
or later.
 
Duties include:  Receptionist; answering phones, setting appointments, corresponding with professors, greeting students, test monitoring and some proctoring, computer work, misc. projects, etc.
 
You can obtain an application in the office located on the Lower Level of the E.Y. Berry Library, Office #003,
by calling (605) 642-6099 Or
emailing: Jennifer.Lucero@bhsu.edu
 
Fall Hours Needed:
Monday—Friday:  8am—5pm
--Submitted by Jennifer Lucero on 2019-03-22

Events

Students in the News

Black Hills State University students to earn Honors distinctions with capstone defenses

22 April 2019

Black Hills State University students to earn Honors distinctions with capstone defenses

Ten Black Hills State University students graduating with a University Honors distinction will present their final capstone projects and research Monday April 22, Tuesday, April 23, and Monday, April 29 from 3-5 p.m. in the BHSU Joy Center.

Paid fellowship offers BHSU students the opportunity to conduct research with faculty members

18 April 2019

Paid fellowship offers BHSU students the opportunity to conduct research with faculty members

Emily Weatherill of Madison is one of 14 students at Black Hills State University who received a $4,000 fellowship to conduct scientific research with a faculty mentor at BHSU this year. Emily will graduate in May with a double major in biology and psychology. She is currently completing a year of biology research alongside biology professor Dr. Dave Bergmann.

BHSU celebrates extension of AACSB business program accreditation

15 April 2019

BHSU celebrates extension of AACSB business program accreditation

Black Hills State University students, faculty, staff, and community members celebrated the extension of the University’s business program accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

BHSU welcomes Pakistani and Tunisian students through IREX, Department of State partnership

15 April 2019

BHSU welcomes Pakistani and Tunisian students through IREX, Department of State partnership

BHSU welcomed students from Pakistan and Tunisia this academic year thanks to a new collaboration with the International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX) and the U.S. Department of State. The program promotes a better understanding of the U.S. abroad, particularly among future world leaders, by facilitating study at a U.S. college or university for talented, highly motivated undergraduate students.

University recognizes staff and faculty success and years of service

15 April 2019

University recognizes staff and faculty success and years of service

Black Hills State University honored faculty and staff members during the Employee Recognition Reception held recently. Awards were given to outstanding faculty, outstanding staff, and for milestone years of service. More than 60 recipients were honored for 675 total years of service to BHSU.

Canon Explorer of Light Joel Grimes to visit BHSU April 18

12 April 2019

Canon Explorer of Light Joel Grimes to visit BHSU April 18

Internationally known photographer, Canon Explorer of Light and author, Joel Grimes will give a free public lecture in the Meier Recital Hall on the Black Hills State University campus Thursday, April 18 at 7 p.m. This event is sponsored by Canon USA and the BHSU Photography Department.

Geek Speak Lecture examines fascist themes in music

10 April 2019

Geek Speak Lecture examines fascist themes in music

Join Black Hills State University assistant professor of history Dr. Alex Lang Thursday, April 25 at 4 p.m. for the final faculty-led Geek Speak lecture of the semester titled, “Noise-Makers: Fascists and Music.” During the lecture Lang will discuss how fascist themes are conveyed in modern and historic music. All Geek Speak lectures are held in Jonas 110 and are open to the public.
 

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