Scholarship News

Low tuition at BHSU allows ROTC cadet to travel the world while earning college degree

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Full-time jobs, internships, and advanced degrees. In this series, Black Hills State University will highlight the future plans of some of the University’s May 2019 graduates. Cadet Jared Kovall-Scarlett is graduating debt free thanks to the ROTC Scholarship and will become a transportation officer in the U.S. Army. He traveled on four different BHSU-led international trips and received course credit for each during college.
 

BHSU-Rapid City grad hired in final college semester for dream HR job

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Full-time jobs, internships, and advanced degrees. In this series, Black Hills State University will highlight the future plans of some of the University’s May 2019 graduates. Julie Penney, business administration-human resources management major from Alliance, Neb., was hired in her final semester of college by Simon in Rapid City and is directly using her degree with a position in human resource management.

Paid fellowship offers BHSU students the opportunity to conduct research with faculty members

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Emily Weatherill of Madison is one of 14 students at Black Hills State University who received a $4,000 fellowship to conduct scientific research with a faculty mentor at BHSU this year. Emily will graduate in May with a double major in biology and psychology. She is currently completing a year of biology research alongside biology professor Dr. Dave Bergmann.

BHSU Camp Invention for grades K-6 receives scholarship grants for participants

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Scholarships are now available for Camp Invention, a week-long summer academic program will be hosted on the BHSU campus in Spearfish June 10-14. The John T. Vucurevich Foundation has awarded $5,000 and the Spearfish Community Foundation has awarded $1,000 for scholarships for children whose families qualify for free and reduced lunch programs or need financial support to attend.

BHSU students assist with LUX-ZEPLIN experiment at Sanford Lab

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Two Black Hills State University physical science majors are working with scientists and engineers from around the world on the LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) experiment at Sanford Underground Research Facility. Nolan Maher, a freshman from Bismark, N.D., and Erika Redinger, a junior from Spearfish, are visiting Sanford Lab two times per week this semester where they work on projects contributing to LZ. LZ is a next-generation dark matter detector.
 
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