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Meyers-34067_web.jpgThe Work of Wolves, a novel by Kent Meyers, associate humanities professor and writer-in-residence at Black Hills State University, was recently selected for two separate literary programs – one in Redmond, Wash., and one at Augustana College in Sioux Falls.

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thumb_Tara_Buehner.jpgRecent BHSU graduate Tara Buehner was selected to serve as a 2007-2008 Ward Neff Intern in her first year as a graduate student.

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BHSU and the Chiesman Foundation for Democracy will host a celebration in honor of Constitution Day Monday, Sept. 17 at 12 noon in the Student Union Jacket Legacy Room.

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The BHSU College/Community Band will begin rehearsals Monday, Sept. 10th at 7 p.m. in Clare and Josef Meier Hall Room 130, on the BHSU campus.

Community members are cordially invited to participate. Area music teachers may register for graduate credit; students may register for Concert Band when they register for classes.

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The Dakota Chamber Orchestra, in residence on the campus of Black Hills State University, will start rehearsals for the 2007-2008 season Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m.

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Nearly 200 students at Black Hills State University are enrolled in the 15 health-care related pre-professional programs offered by the university.

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BHSU began its inaugural summer theatre season last weekend with a very successful opening night gala. Performances of Godspell continue every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through Aug. 12.

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A group of 14 high achieving high school juniors from across South Dakota recently gathered at Black Hills State University for the annual Rising Scholars in Math and Science workshop.

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Black Hills State University is the site for the Young Musicians Foundation (YMF)/Balmat National Orchestra 2007 summer camp. The camp will be held through July with a special performance to be held at the Mount Rushmore Ampitheatre.

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The designation of the former Homestake Mine in Lead as a world-class Lab site will have an astonishing impact on the region and higher education. Black Hills State University is poised to be integrally involved in this massive undertaking.

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ahmad_ahrar.jpgDr. Ahrar Ahmad, political science professor at Black Hills State University, recently received one of the most prestigious academic awards - a Fulbright Scholarship. Ahmad received the senior teaching and research fellowship for the 2007-08 school year. While on sabbatical from BHSU next year, he will teach upper division courses in political science at the International University in Bangladesh, one of the oldest private universities in that country.

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bear_hand_fischer_thumb.jpgBHSU junior Bear Hand Fischer was recently awarded a prestigious national scholarship from the Morris K. Udall Foundation. He is the first BHSU student to receive the honor. The award will include a $5,000 scholarship, unique travel opportunities, and valuable experiences in Fischer’s fields of study.

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godspell_logo_thumb.jpg This July BHSU will open the doors on the premiere season of its summer theatre program at the Historic Homestake Opera House in Lead. During this first season, the troupe, known as the Black Hills State Players, will present the family-friendly musical “Godspell.” Performances will be held every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from Friday, July 13 through Sunday, Aug. 12.

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thumb_0157_mike-baum.jpg Michael Baum, a Black Hills State University senior art major from Harrisburg, recently received a national award for his artwork.

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thumb_0634_young-performers.jpg Winners have been announced for the ninth annual Young Performers Competition, which is part of the Black Hills Summer Institute of the Arts hosted by Black Hills State University.

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