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Black Hills State University College of Education faculty members Dr. Joanna Jones, assistant professor, and Sandy Klarenbeek, health instructor, recently presented their research at the 12th annual International Reading Association Rocky Mountain Regional Conference in Billings, Mont.

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More than 30 employers and graduate schools from across the nation will conduct interviews at the 2007 Black Hills State University Fall Career and Graduate School Fair Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Jacket Legacy Room.

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Dave Wilson, assistant professor of visual arts at Black Hills State University, recently presented a three-hour cartooning workshop at the Wyoming Secondary Art Educators Association fall conference.

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BHSU is hosting its first ever “Green Day” Wednesday, Oct. 10. The university has scheduled several events for that day and throughout the year as the university embarks on a plan to increase sustainability.

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Enrollment at BHSU increased by more than 100 students this fall. There are currently more than 4,000 students attending classes at BHSU, an increase of nearly three percent.

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Charlotte-and-Poster_thumb.jpgBHSU senior Charlotte Walling and Dr. Andy Johnson, associate director of CAMSE, recently presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers in Greensboro, N.C.

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AIS-Center-Pict-2_thumb.jpgBHSU will have additional scholarship funds for American Indian students thanks to an American Indian College Student Scholarship Challenge Grant from the American Indian Education Foundation (AIEF).

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Sandy KlarenbeekSandy Klarenbeek, health educator in the College of Education at Black Hills State University, presented at the annual American School Health Association (ASHA) conference recently.

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Hesson JamesDr. James Hesson, professor of biokinetics in the division of physical education and health of the College of Education at Black Hills State University recently spent five weeks as the director of the Athlete Performance Lab at the United States Olympic Training Center (OTC) in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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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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Black Hills State University health educator and reading professor collaborate to create a unique health and reading workshop for teachers.

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web_Klarenbeek-Sandy1.jpg Sandy Klarenbeek, health educator in the College of Education at Black Hills State University, recently served on the planning team, and also presented at the annual Coordinated School Health Leadership Institute in Pierre.

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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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bukralia_rajeev.jpgRajeev Bukralia, director of libraries and assistant professor with the College of Education at Black Hills State University, recently received an e-learning award from the South Dakota Board of Regents. He was honored for delivering quality instruction by distance in his course Library Media & Technology (ED 431/531).

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