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David Cremean, Black Hills State University associate professor of English, recently published an introduction for Zane Grey’s The Rainbow Trail.

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BHSU students, faculty and staff who commute between Spearfish, Sturgis, Piedmont, Black Hawk and Rapid City can now save money and help the environment by taking advantage of Prairie Hills Transit’s 90-day commuter pilot program.

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Annabelle Gurwitch, host of a national reality show that encourages green living, will speak at Black Hills State University Thursday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. in Meier Recital hall. Her presentation is open to the public at no charge. This is the first of several presentations dealing with sustainability that will be sponsored by the Madeline Young Speaker Series at BHSU.

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The 2008 Swarm Day king and queen candidates have been named at Black Hills State University.

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Black Hills State University, will celebrate the 221st anniversary of the United States Constitution with a presentation by political science professor Dr. Ahrar Ahmad entitled “American Democracy and the Muslim World” Wednesday, Sept. 17 at 11:45 a.m. in the Jacket Legacy Room of the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union.

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Dr. David Wolff, associate history professor at Black Hills State University, and several BHSU students participated in two archaeological digs this summer, which explored the early history of Deadwood and the Northern Black Hills.

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Dr. Janeen Larsen, professor of music at Black Hills State University, has been invited to present a session at the Music Teachers Nationals Association Conference in Atlanta, Ga. next April. The session entitled “Jumping Into Jazz,” will provide music teachers with self-teaching strategies to develop jazz improvisation skills.

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David Wolff, associate professor of history at Black Hills State University, was elected vice president of the South Dakota State Historical Society board of trustees.

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Black Hills State University will host a new music theatre performance this fall entitled Tres Vidas. The event, performed by the Core Ensemble, will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15 in the recital hall of Clare and Josef Meier Hall.

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Johanna MeierThe Black Hills State University Friends of Opera will hold a ”A Victorian Garden Party” Sunday, Sept. 14 from 3-5 p.m.

 

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Black Hills State University associate professor of English, David Cremean recently worked for the national entity Educational Testing Services (ETS) on assessment matters.  The job involved scoring essays for ETS's advanced placement exams in the English language in Daytona, Florida.

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Dr. James Hesson, professor of exercise science at Black Hills State University recently completed National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) recently to complete the process of becoming recertified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. 

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Dr. David Cremean, professor of English and Humanities at Black Hills State University, recently attended the Annual American Literature Association (ALA) in San Francisco.

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Sandra Klarenbeek, health educator and Joanna Jones, reading specialist in the College of Education at Black Hills State University, presented “Health and Reading” at the Health Education Assessment Project (HEAP) in Madison, Wis., this summer.

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A highly successful teacher certification program at Black Hills State University, known as Project SELECT, was recognized at the national Day on the Hill, as one of five innovative educational partnerships that are making a positive impact on student learning.

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