posted on July 31, 2009 14:28
Black Hills State University students are assisting with the increasing information technology (IT) needs at the Sanford Lab at Homestake in Lead. This summer students and staff from the Network and Computer Services Office at BHSU visited the lab to assess its IT needs. NCS members participated in a surface tour, which included a tour of the data center. Currently two BHSU student technicians are assisting the Sanford Lab with their increasing information technology needs. Cole Nicholas, Business Administration major from Colome, and James Netzer, mass communication major from Sidney, Mont., are working for BHSU as technicians as well as working two days a week at Sanford Lab. Pictured, left to right are: NCS staff members Cole Nicholas, technician; Fred Nelson, director; James Netzer, technician; Tucker Hodson, technician; Aaron Bauerly, senior technician ; Jessica Smith, technician; and Deborah Meyer, South Dakota Science & Technology Authority senior systems administrator; David Turner, South Dakota Science & Technology Authority IT staff member; and Garrett Stevens, NCS academic systems administrator.