Volume XXIII No. 3 - Jan. 22, 1999
FDIC representative will visit
A representative of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) will be on the Black Hills State University campus Feb. 2 for an informational meeting about working as a bank examiner.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union conference room 220. Interviews will be scheduled for Feb. 3.
Business, finance, accounting, economics and marketing majors are invited to explore this career option. For more information and to schedule interviews, contact BHSU career services at 642-6277 or stop by Student Union room 124.
English Club will hold a reading Saturday
Black Hills State's English Club will be hosting a reading Saturday, Jan. 23 beginning at 6 p.m. at Common Grounds in downtown Spearfish.
Students will be reading and performing some new works including poems, songs, stories, etc. An open stage will be available to anyone who has something to read.
The English Club is also starting a new writer's workshop group that will meet for the first time Monday, Jan. 25 at 2 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 103. According to Dr. Scott Simpson, assistant professor of education at BHSU, the group is open to anyone who is interested in writing and working with other writers.
Information about the reading or the writers' group is available by contacting Dr. Scott Simpson at 642-6078.
Summer and fall student teachers must attend orientation meeting - Top
The office of field experience in the College of Education reminds students who are planning to student teach during the summer and fall of 1999 must attend one of the following registration/orientation meetings:
Applicants should bring a copy of their current BHSU transcript, updated status sheet and pens and pencils. Potential student teachers should check their BHSU catalog to make sure they meet all requirements.
For additional information contact the office of field experience at 642-6642.
Scholarship deadline is extended
Black Hills State University has announced that the scholarship deadline for new incoming freshmen for the 1999-2000 year has been extended to March 1, 1999.
By filling out the 1999-2000 BHSU undergraduate academic scholarship application, students will be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible. The extension does not apply to the Joseph F. and Martha P. Nelson Scholarship.
Students who would like more information on the BHSU academic scholarship program should contact the BHSU enrollment center at 1-800-255-BHSU or see the BHSU website at http://www.bhsu.edu.
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