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John Glover, director of the Black Hills State University Center for American Indian studies and associate dean of American Indian law programs at the University of South Dakota, is a contributing author on Successful Ethnical Decision-Making, which was released last month.

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Dr. James Hesson, Black Hills State University professor of physical education and health, recently completed a five-week stay at the United States Olympic Training Center.

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Local ham radio operators were on the campus of Black Hills State University recently as the University celebrated Founders’ Day during its 125th anniversary.

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Dr. Carol Hess, Black Hills State University professor of education, recently participated in a committee for The Praxis Series assessments to help develop the Praxis Principles of Learning and Teaching Exam.

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Six Black Hills State University student musicians have been selected to participate in the 2008 South Dakota Intercollegiate Band, which takes place March 26-28 in Sioux Falls. 

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The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) recently selected Black Hills State University as a member of the NAIA Champions of Character program. 

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Laura Turner, Black Hills State University computer technology instructor for the College of Education, recently published “RSS-101 for Educators—What, Why & How” in Educator’s eZine.  The article explains Real Simple Syndication (RSS) for educators in the context of classroom development. 

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Dr. Lee Pearce, Black Hills State University associate professor of education, has been invited to present the results of his research at the annual Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) Summit Feb. 27 in Albuquerque, N.M. 

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Faculty, staff and students at Black Hills State University are making plans for an $8-million science building after the Legislators recently approved funding.

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Dr. Gregory Cooch, BHSU associate professor of education, was recently invited to present his ongoing special education research at the national Transition Conference in North Carolina. All expenses will be paid by the University of Oregon National Post-School Outcomes Center.

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Seven runners from the Black Hills State University men’s cross country team were recently presented with watches from Stamper Black Hills Gold Company for their success at the national championship.

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Campus Ventures, an on-campus student organization at Black Hills State University, will be sending several members to volunteer in Chile to help build housing for disadvantaged youth March 13–24. 

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Black Hills State University has awarded nearly $13,000 in grants so far this school year through the Instructional Improvement and Faculty Research Committees to support on-campus activities and presentations.

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The Lantis family recently donated $11,000 to establish the Lantis Endowment Fund at Black Hills State University.

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The Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) program, along with the Center for American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University recently honored the first 11 STEM scholarship recipients.

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