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Gov. Dennis Daugaard was just one of many dignitaries present at the recent ribbon cutting for the University Center- Rapid City (UCRC) Veterans Resource Center. The Veterans Resources Center began as a vision of a couple of student veterans who saw a need, and UCRC administrators who found space to fulfill that need.

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The John T. Vucurevich Foundation recently approved $2,500 in grants to fund scholarships for Black Hills State University summer academic camps.

The scholarships will be offered for the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) camps which include: the Science Scholars Summer Institute, the Engineering Technology Camp – 3D Drafting: Designing a Home, and Taking Care of Business Accounting Style.

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Black Hills State University has been ranked in the top 25 universities nationwide deemed the Best for Vets for business schools, according to a recent article in Military Times.

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Black Hills State University faculty, staff, students and community will learn about the inner workings of journalism and public radio during a panel discussion with three journalists from South Dakota Public Broadcasting.

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Dr. Emilia Boeschen, Black Hills State University assistant professor of psychology, and her research team of 10 students, knew their trip to South Korea would be a life-changing experience. They, however, did not realize the extent of it.

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Black Hills State University student Mallory Ageton, biology major from Brandon, was one of a dozen undergraduate students who recently presented their research work to state lawmakers in Pierre.

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Black Hills State University recently honored the descendants of Elmer E. and Martha V.  Johnson as the 2013 Legacy Family. The award was presented by BHSU President Kay Schallenkamp and Steve Meeker, vice president of University Advancement, during halftime at a recent BHSU basketball game.

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For the past month, Kent Meyers, Black Hills State University associate professor of humanities, has been spending several hours a day brushing up on his French language. His hours of studying will soon come in handy as he travels across the Atlantic to spend five weeks as a writer-in-residence in two French cities.

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The Black Hills State University Friends of Music will present a concert featuring music of two pianos Sunday, March 10, at 2:30 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall on the BHSU campus.

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When Steve Babbitt walked into his classroom Wednesday and saw Black Hills State University President Dr. Kay Schallenkamp and Dr. Rod Custer, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, many things began running through his mind. 

The BHSU President and Provost were there to present Babbitt with this year’s Distinguished Faculty Award – an honor bestowed upon Babbitt by his colleagues.

 

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While many U.S. politicians and military officials believe the country secured a victory in Iraq, international journalist and best-selling author Reese Erlich laid out a different story.

Around 70 Black Hills State University students, staff, faculty and community members attended Erlich’s talk last night. BHSU was a stop on Erlich’s national speaking tour looking his perspective of the war in Iraq.

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Black Hills State University students are changing the way people view spring break. A team of eight students and one advisor will spend next week working to recover the St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve in Florida.

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In its first time competing in the local Black Hills ADDY Awards, the Black Hills State University Marketing and Communication department brought home two Silver ADDYs.

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Black Hills State University students and recent graduates competed in their own Academy Awards this past weekend, dominating the student division of the recent Black Hills ADDY Awards and bringing home nine awards including Best in Show.

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The newest exhibit in the Black Hills State University Ruddell Gallery offers a glimpse into the influence living and working in  South Dakota had on a group of local artists. The exhibit, “History of Things to Come,” will be at the second floor gallery of the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union through March 8.

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