Volume XXVI No. 23 June
items to Campus Currents - Top
The Campus Currents is distributed every Friday.
To submit an item send it to Campus Currents, Unit 9512 or by
e-mail to Campus
Currents. Deadline is Thursday at 8 a.m.
Welcome to Black Hills State University - Top
CSA position open - Top
The following Career Service position is open
For additional information, review the
announcement bulletin, view the ad at www.bhsu.edu (employment
opportunities) or contact the personnel office.
Golf tournament and auction scheduled - Top
12th annual Gold Dust-Yellow Jacket Golf Classic and Sports and
Leisure Auction is set for Friday, June 21.
The golf tournament will be held at the Spearfish Canyon Golf
Course beginning with registration and a putting contest at 11 a.m.
The sports and leisure auction will include a social hour and dinner
at the Spearfish Tretheway Pavillion beginning at 6:30 p.m. Golfers
and non-golfers alike are invited to take part in the sports and
leisure auction that begins at 7:45 p.m. More than 200 items ranging
from autographed sports memorabilia to art items will be auctioned.
Proceeds from the auction benefit student athletic scholarship
programs at Black Hills State University.
The dayís golf tournament activities begin with a 1 p.m.
shotgun start featuring an 18-hole Texas best-shot tournament (rain
To register for the golf tournament call the BHSU
institutional advancement office at 642-6385. The entry fee is $100
and includes golf cart, two dinner tickets and a classic souvenir.
Golf fee for Spouse is $80. Dinner tickets only are $13 each.
The sports and leisure scholarship auction includes a variety
of items. Some of the
items available at the auction include:
Tiger Woods PGA pin flag
Earnhardt gold pocket watch
baseball from Barry Bonds
Hot Odyssey putter
Thomas autographed Chicago Bears helmet
|Some of the auction items available at the
Tretheway Pavillion June 21 .
Giuliani autographed NY PD FD hat
Magic Johnson MSU jersey
gasoline from Mini Mart
Jordanís 23 Sportscafe large polo shirt
to Twins vs. Mariners Aug. 27-29
Lopez golf bag
photo from Arnold Palmer
prints of golden
retriever pups and tractors
For golf or auction information contact Steve Meeker at
(605) 642-6385 or email <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Grant opportunities announced - Top
Below are the program materials received May
9-June 5 in the grants office, Woodburn 218. For copies of the
information, contact the Grants office at 642-6627 or e-mail
requests to email@example.com.
Fellowship information will also be posted on the Student
Union bulletin board near the information desk.
American Scandinavian Foundation. American-Scandinavian
Foundation visiting lectureships 2003-2004.
The ASF invites U.S. colleges and universities to apply
for funding to host a visiting lecturer from Norway or Sweden.
The $20,000 awards are for appointments of one semester.
Lectureships should be in the areas of public policy,
conflict resolution, health care, environmental studies or
Oct. 15, 2002; Jan. 25, 2003.
Spencer Foundation. Spencer
Foundation Small Research Grants.
The Foundationís Small Research Grants Program supports
short-term research projects (one year or less) that require no
more than $35,000 to complete.
It offers a unique opportunity for scholars and
practitioners in a broad range of institutions who are
interested in educational research to obtain support for their
work. The program is appropriate for modest-sized research
projects, exploratory studies, specific phases of larger
investigations, and projects that arise in response to unusual
opportunities. The Small Research Grants Program encourages
researchers with diverse perspectives to develop ideas and
approaches that extend the conventional boundaries of a research
question, area, or method.
The program supports individual efforts as well as
must also have an earned doctorate in an academic discipline or
professional field and/or experience in the teaching profession.