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commencement_1506_thumb.jpg Over 350 candidates for spring and summer 2007 graduation participated in the 153rd commencement ceremony at Black Hills State University.

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outdoor_painting_thumb.jpg Black Hills State University is offering more than 250 graduate and undergraduate classes this summer. Classes are offered on campus, at several locations in Rapid City, and through distance learning options.

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monty_robinson_thumb.jpgBlack Hills State University, which offers the only industrial technology program in the state and region, is moving the program to Rapid City this fall and has plans to expand into the Sioux Falls region in the future.

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thumb_0591_belle-fourche.jpgApproximately 25 middle school students from Belle Fourche participated recently in a Technology Challenge on the Black Hills State University campus. The Technology Challenge, hosted by the Industrial Technology program at BHSU, promoted the use of problem-solving skills and the development of hands-on skills. The students were required to build a hot air balloon and a collision proof box.

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Black Hills State University, in collaboration with the University of South Dakota, is presenting an intensive week-long economics and personal finance teacher training workshop June 18-22 at the Howard Johnson Express Inn & Suites in Rapid City. The workshop, titled “Economics and Financial Responsibility,” is open at no cost to South Dakota high school teachers of economics, personal finance, business and social science.

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Winners were recently announced for the spring 2007 South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG), sponsored in part by BHSU.

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sarkar_amin.jpgDr. Amin Sarkar, dean of the College of Business and Technology and professor of economics at BHSU, will publish a paper on the Kyoto Protocol in the refereed journal Environment, Development and Sustainability.

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thumb_0208_car-wars.jpgArea schools recently participated in CAR WARS, an electronics competition held annually in the Black Hills area, which requires the participants to first build a remote-controlled model car, and then race it.

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Area schools are gearing up for CAR WARS, an electronics competition that is held annually in the Black Hills area, which requires the participants to first build a remote-controlled model car, and then race it. The competition will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, April 23 in the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Rushmore Hall Room 104 in Rapid City.

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Black Hills State University staff members Dr. Annette Ryerson, assistant professor of business and technology, and Thomas Dunn, director for the Center of Tourism Research, recently submitted final research findings of two studies to the Yankton Convention and Visitors Bureau and the managers of the Lewis and Clark Recreation Area.

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Dr. Priscilla Romkema has been named dean of the College of Business and Technology at Black Hills State University. Romkema, who joined the BHSU faculty in 1997, is currently chair of the management and marketing department and will begin her duties as dean this summer.

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williams_romkema_thumb.jpgJohn Williams, BHSU business administration senior from Spearfish, has been selected as one of eight finalists from South Dakota to present at the Governor’s Student Business Plan Competition. Williams will travel to Sioux Falls and present his plan to a group of business and financial expert reviewers April 12.

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Twenty-two BHSU students will present their research at the 21st National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) April 12-14 at Dominican University in San Rafael, Calif.

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thumb_0327_perryman.jpg The ninth annual Black Hills Research Symposium was held recently on the BHSU campus. This year the symposium featured 17 students who presented poster sessions and 13 students who offered oral presentations. Dr. Ben Perryman, director of Sanford Research/University of South Dakota was the keynote speaker.

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The BHSU Center for Economic Education has recently been awarded a grant that will provide funding for Teaching the Ethical Foundations of Economics, a high school teacher-training workshop. The workshop is free to South Dakota high school economics or personal finance teachers and will provide all curriculum materials and teacher stipends.

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