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motorcoach_thumb.jpgBlack Hills State University’s Center for Tourism Research announces the publication of Attracting and Serving the Group Tour Market, a book that itemizes the tools for success in the tourism business.

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thumb_0327_sago.jpgRoberta Sago, special collections librarian and archivist at the Leland D.Case Library for Western Historical Studies at Black Hills State University; and Jan Cerney, BHSU alumna, have collaborated on writing, Spearfish, a book that documents the Spearfish area's historical past.

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Black Hills State University staff members Dr. Annette Ryerson, assistant professor of business and technology, and Thomas Dunn, director for the Center of Tourism Research, recently submitted final research findings of two studies to the Yankton Convention and Visitors Bureau and the managers of the Lewis and Clark Recreation Area.

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The BHSU Reading Council received numerous accolades at the recent South Dakota Reading Council Conference. For the ninth year, the group received the South Dakota Reading Council’s Golden Seal Award. In addition, several of the council members had the opportunity to present at the conference, two BHSU students received scholarships and three BHSU Reading Council members were elected as officers and committee chairpersons.

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Dr. Priscilla Romkema has been named dean of the College of Business and Technology at Black Hills State University. Romkema, who joined the BHSU faculty in 1997, is currently chair of the management and marketing department and will begin her duties as dean this summer.

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jones_art.jpgArt Jones, director of Facilities Services at BHSU, was recently nominated for secretary-treasurer of the APPA. An international association dedicated to maintaining, protecting, and promoting the quality of educational facilities, APPA represents more than 1,500 learning institutions serving over 4,700 individuals.

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Black Hills State University students who went to New Orleans, La. over their spring break to assist with hurricane relief efforts will share their stories, photos, and video about their service work Tuesday, April 3 at 2 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 202 on the BHSU campus.

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theisz_ronnie.jpgDr. R. D. Theisz, BHSU professor and chair of the Department of Humanities, recently added five poems to his list of scholarly and creative publications.

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thumb_schallenkamp-0067.jpgDr. Kay Schallenkamp, Black Hills State University president, threw out the first pitch as the Yellow Jacket women’s softball team held their inaugural game last week.

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williams_romkema_thumb.jpgJohn Williams, BHSU business administration senior from Spearfish, has been selected as one of eight finalists from South Dakota to present at the Governor’s Student Business Plan Competition. Williams will travel to Sioux Falls and present his plan to a group of business and financial expert reviewers April 12.

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Beth Azevedo has been named director of admissions at Black Hills State University. Azevedo, who has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in business services from BHSU as well as a master’s degree in information systems, began working in the admissions office three years ago.

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The Black Hills State University Center for American Indian Studies (CAIS) has been awarded a South Dakota Humanities Council Grant for $3,250 to fund a symposium titled “The RED, in the Red, White and Blue: Indians in the Armed Forces.” The symposium will be held in conjunction with the university’s annual Indian Awareness Week, April 16-22.

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thumb_0017_sign-language.jpgBlack Hills State University students, Leonard “Jake” Jacobs, freshman physical science major from Green River, Wyo., and Tiffanie Gebhart, junior business administration major from Lemmon, communicate via sign language during a silent dinner hosted by the Fantastic Phalanges.

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thumb_0036.jpgStaff from the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Diabetes Prevention Program attended an educational training seminar on the campus of Black Hills State University last month.The training was part of a six-month pilot project, funded under the National Institutes of Health Project Export II Center for Health Research with Tribes in South Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming.

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thumb_0380_hardingco.jpgBlack Hills State University hosted a record number of participants at the annual district competition for National History Day last week. There were 250 participants this year, up from 150 at last year’s event.

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