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Black Hills State University student Megan Stevens, corporate communication major from Ashland, Mont., won the college division of the South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG) fall trading session with a final portfolio of $113,851.

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Black Hills State University alumni, including former track & field and cross country athletes, are encouraged to participate in the 22nd annual Alumni Mile weekend Jan. 24 and 25.

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A Black Hills State University geology class received a new perspective on the area’s geological formations when they spent a day in December touring the 300 level of the Sanford Underground Research Facility, the former Homestake Mine. Dr. Abigail Domagall’s students were the first from BHSU to have an opportunity to go underground.

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A QuickBooks training for beginners will be held Thursday, Jan. 23 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the University Center-Rapid City (UC-RC), Room 103.

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Black Hills State University tourism students spent the semester researching and analyzing how to make Belle Fourche a must-see Black Hills attraction. The students presented their five-year sustainable tourism plan earlier this month to Rita Pazour, marketing/communications specialist for the Belle Fourche Chamber of Commerce.

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The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO) at Black Hills State University has partnered with the CPA firm of Casey Peterson & Associates, Ltd, to offer On-Demand QuickBooks training webinars starting Wednesday, Jan. 1.

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Black Hills State University student Aaron Morlock, his wife Sara, also a BHSU student, and their four-year-old daughter Arabella lost everything in a house fire during October’s Winter Storm Atlas. In the last few months, Aaron, Sara, and Arabella, with the help of several communities and BHSU, have been putting their life back together while remaining dedicated to their studies.

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The once vacant southwest corridor in the lower level of Wenona Cook Hall now has a much different look.The area, the former home of Student Support Services, has been transformed into independent work spaces for the University’s art students.

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Science writing, though many times an arduous task, is a key component in introducing the public to new discoveries and the people behind these discoveries; translating the latest results from academic language into words that mean something to the outsider; and putting research into the context of everyday life. There are fascinating stories behind science, and people like recent Black Hills State University graduate Christopher Day are here to tell them.

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The Black Hills State University International Student Organization (ISO) had its most successful food and cultural fair this year with more than 300 guests including many University students, faculty and staff.

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Project PRIME (Promoting Reflective Inquiry in Mathematics Education),the decade-long effort of Black Hills State University, the Rapid City School District and the regional nonprofit Technology and Innovation in Education (TIE) to improve K-12 mathematics instruction,  is one of nine projects awarded an inaugural Bush Prize for Community Innovation

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The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO), the women’s business center at Black Hills State University, will host the monthly Women in Networking (WIN) lunch at the Spearfish Holiday Inn Swarm Room Tuesday, Jan. 14 from 12 noon to 1 p.m.

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A new lecture series that gives Black Hills State University students the opportunity to learn about the diversity of studies on campus was recently introduced by Courtney Huse Wika, assistant professor of English.

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A group of Black Hills State University marketing students recently turned their classroom learning into practical strategies for local businesses. The students, part of Dr. Wei Song’s retail management course, presented their ideas to four Spearfish small businesses in an attempt to boost traffic and sales.

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For nearly two decades, the mountain pine beetle has spread across hundreds of thousands of acres of the Black Hills National Forest leaving behind millions of dead pine trees. While much has been studied on the ecological impact of the pine beetles, little has been done on the effects the infestation has had on the tourism business – one of the South Dakota’s main industries. Dr. Ignatius Cahyanto, Black Hills State University assistant professor of tourism and hospitality management, is taking steps to change that.

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