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BHSU, which is about to embark on a major renovation of the Student Union, will outsource dining services for 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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Dr. Priscilla Romkema, dean of the College of Business and Technology at BHSU, recently participated in a seminar in China to discuss a possible exchange program for students and faculty.

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Article courtesy of Kris Garlick-Beaty - Lawrence County Journal

A Whitewood resident who joined in the search for a missing elderly woman near Midland July 5 is being credited as a life saver.

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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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Dr. Judith Haislett, vice president for student life at Black Hills State University, has accepted a position at Eastern New Mexico University. Haislett will begin as the new vice president for student affairs at Eastern New Mexico University in August.

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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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Black Hills State University was awarded a $38,000 grant to host a Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) for western South Dakota. 

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The Leland D. Case Library at Black Hills State University is seeking organizational records of local clubs.

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Shawnda Carmichael, director of the Career Center at Black Hills State University, was recently recognized for her involvement and leadership with the Black Hills Regional Job Fair.

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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 will host the seventh annual Black Hills Distance Running Camp July 25-28. The camp, directed by Scott Walkinshaw, tenth-year head coach for the BHSU cross country and track and field teams, will include current and former members of the BHSU cross country team and coaching staff as well as special guest clinicians.

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The Spearfish chapter of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) recently awarded scholarships to four Black Hills State University students. The students will each receive a $900 scholarship to attend BHSU during the 2007-2008 school year.

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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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