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thumb_0518_kempnich.jpgAustralian educator, Tony Kempnich from Kyogle, New South Wales, visited Black Hills State University recently on a scholarship from the Australian government to study Lakota people and culture.

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web_Flagstad,Lois-2x3-cropp.jpgDr. Lois Flagstad, dean of Student Life at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, has been named vice president for Student Life at Black Hills State University.

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Black Hills State University will hold its 153rd commencement ceremony Saturday, May 12 at 10 a.m. in the gymnasium of the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center.

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thumb_0011_rodeo.jpgThe Black Hills State University rodeo, which was held last weekend, was dedicated to Will Lantis, a strong supporter of BHSU rodeo. The annual rodeo will be permanently renamed the BHSU Will Lantis Yellow Jacket Stampede Rodeo.

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thumb_bellmanawards_0012.jpgBlack Hills State University students were recognized this week at the Bellman awards, which are given in honor of late BHSU professor, Dr. Stewart Bellman.

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web_Amy,Fuqua-8243.jpgDr. Amy Fuqua, associate humanities professor who has been serving as interim director of the Honors Program, has been named director of the Honors Program at Black Hills State University.

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The Black Hills State University employee recognition reception will be held Wednesday, May 2 from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. in the Jacket Legacy Room of the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union. BHSU retirees and annual employee award winners will be honored at the reception.

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Six TRIO staff from Black Hills State University recently traveled to the South Dakota ASPIRE Conference held in Chamberlain recently. This annual conference is an opportunity for personnel from the 14 TRIO programs in South Dakota to collaborate regarding college access issues and success strategies for low-income and first-generation students. 

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thumb_powwow.jpgNearly 2,800 participants and spectators attended the 25th annual Wacipi (powwow) last weekend as part of the activities scheduled at Black Hills State University for Indian Awareness Week.

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thumb_0427_p&t-tour.jpgApproximately 20 faculty and staff from Black Hills State University toured the Pope & Talbot sawmill, which is located just west of the university.

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thumb_john-glover.jpgDr. John Glover, interim director of the Black Hills State University Center for American Indian Studies, has been named to a new associate dean position for the University of South Dakota’s School of Law. In addition to his new responsibilities as associate dean of American Indian Law Programs, Glover will continue to serve as center director at BHSU.

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thumb_0002_ahrar.jpgDr. Ahrar Ahmad, professor of political science at Black Hills State University who was recently named the 2007 Distinguished Faculty recipient, donated his monetary award to support BHSU scholarships.

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BHSU students campus-wide have many reasons to be proud of their student newspaper, which has recently gained national attention by winning two prestigious awards in the American Scholastic Press Association’s annual newspaper competition.

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The Black Hills State University Community-University-Resource-Exchange (C-U-R-E) office is coordinating BHSU individuals for the March of Dimes WalkAmerica 2007.

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thumb_1499_vigil.jpgNearly 100 Black Hills State University community members gathered Wednesday evening outside Clare and Josef Meier Hall to share their support and prayers for the Virginia Tech community.

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