| The Black Hills State University student business organization Enactus recently presented Dwight Hansen, University Advancement major gifts officer, with a contribution to the Business Leadership Scholarship. Pictured left to right are: Ann Wilken, business administration-management major from Meadow; Michael Aga, business administration–management major from Sturgis; Rebecca Ellis, professional accountancy major from Spearfish; Sarah Coomes, business administration–accounting major from Deadwood; Hansen; Justin Bachelor, biology major from White River; Anna Yanchek, exercise science major from Cheyenne, Wyo.; and Dr. Bobbi Looney, assistant professor of management and Enactus co-advisor. Dr. David Crawford, associate professor of accounting and Enactus co-advisor, is not pictured.
The Black Hills State University student business organization Enactus recently donated $360 toward the University’s Business Leadership Scholarship.
The money raised came from the organization’s Scholar Dollar 5K event held earlier this fall.
The initial funds for the scholarship came from the former BHSU chapter of Phi Beta Lambda. After the Phi Beta Lamba group disbanded, Verona Beguin, retired business faculty member and former advisor for Students In Free Enterprise (S.I.F.E) now Enactus, suggested the Enactus students take over the account and build upon the scholarship, according to Dr. Bobbi Looney, assistant professor of management and co-advisor for Enactus.
With the additional money from the race, the scholarship account is up to $5,000, halfway to the point where scholarships can begin to be awarded.
For more information on how to donate to this or other scholarshps contact Steve Meeker, vice president of University Advancement, at 605-642-6228 or Steve.Meeker@BHSU.edu