Campus E-Update - Faculty Staff Announcements


Please welcome Spearfish Sasquatch to campus.  Eighteen players and two coaches are staying in Bordeaux Hall at BHSU for the season.  Wish them luck in their baseball season!
Also welcome West Virginia University (Session 1 with 17 students and 2 faculty) to campus.  They are attending their field camp (Geology, capstone course) and are staying in Humbert Hall from May 22-June 4 (session 2 will arrive June 5). 
As the State Track Meet takes place partially in Spearfish, Stanley County Track and Field will be using Bordeaux Hall Lobby as a place to meet and cool down May 24 and 25.  Scott Van Den Hemel (with the SD BOR) is the contact for the Stanley County Track and Field. 
--Submitted by Nancy J. Shuck on 2018-05-21

Welcome New Hires to BHSU!
Please help me wish a warm welcome to BHSU's newest employees:

Charles Knauer, Student Support Specialist at BHRC
Angela Morgan, Facility Worker
Donnie Keifert, Admissions Representative II
Ruth Moore, Secretary College of Ed & Behavioral Sciences
Brenna Sadowski, Senior Secretary with the Registrar's Office


--Submitted by Kasey Salazar on 2018-05-17

Calling all parents of middle and high school students!
We have a few more spots left for this outstanding opportunity for your student:

BHSU, in conjunction with the Veterans Legacy Program, is hosting a summer Historical Graphic Novel Academy for middle and high school students!

Through funding from the Veterans Legacy Program, we will be hosting the academy from June 4-14. (The Academy will run from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. most days.) Students will use the creative biographies of veterans interred at the Black Hills National Cemetery to create graphic novel-style renderings of their stories. The project will include a field trip and picnic at the cemetery; individual mentoring by BH graphic design, history, and writing faculty; and a formal, public exhibit of their work on Flag Day (June 14). We have room for 18 students (with a waitlist), and tuition, the field trip, and books are FREE.

To register, contact Please include the name(s) and age(s) of students, as well as parent contact information. Registration deadline is May 21.

--Submitted by Courtney Huse Wika on 2018-05-17

8th Edition of International Congress on Breast Cancer
EuroScicon pleases to extend its welcome to 8th Edition of International Congress on Breast Cancer during December 13-15, 2018 Rome, Italy with a theme “Encouraging Research on Breast Cancer & Enriching Lives”. EuroSciCon through its Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community. Euro Breast Cancer 2018 provide a platform for sharing of information about the breast cancer treatment techniques and newly developed techniques for the same as well as provide platform about the recent researches on breast cancer. This event includes prompt keynote presentations, oral talks, poster presentations and exhibitions.
--Submitted by Jennifer Walker on 2018-05-22

Blood Drive for Carter Hartman
Our goal is to collect at least 100 units and with your help, we know that goal is not only possible but we can far exceed it! Come join us to help give life!

Food and refreshments from local sponsors will be available. We will also be giving away T-shirts to every participant as well as a reminder bracelet for blood donor awareness!

Each donor will also receive a FREE entry for a brand new competition grade scooter, which represents Carter's fearlessness and resilience in continuing to live a full and engaging life!

We can't wait to see you all there!

To book your donation time, click on this link:
--Submitted by Brandy Purcell on 2018-05-21


Wednesday, June 20th, 8AM-11:30AM IN THE DONALD E. YOUNG SPORTS & FITNESS CENTER FIELD HOUSE. KITCHEN CABINETS, SHELVING UNITS, STOVES, REFRIGERATORS PLUS MISC ITEMS. ALL SALES FINAL. Sale is open to the public. State employees are not eligible to purchase items - but your friends and family are welcome!

--Submitted by Cami Dohman on 2018-05-18

Multicultural Mosaics Radio Features Discussion on BHSU's International MBA program

Listen to Multicultural Mosaics Radio at 89.1 FM or at  streaming for discussion about BHSU’s international MBA program, featuring program coordinator Dr. Bobbi Looney and students that are working on the degree from Madagascar, South Korea and Philippines. Multicultural Mosaics is supported through the University Multicultural Committee and the Mass Communication program at BHSU. Start-and-end times may vary slightly depending on other radio programming.

Sundays, 10-11 a.m. MT :  May 20, May 27, June 3

Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m. MT :   May 23, May 30, June 6​​

--Submitted by Mary Caton-Rosser on 2018-05-17


How To Info

The Campus E-Update is sent out to all faculty, staff and students each Tuesday and Thursday.

Announcements must be submitted through the form by 9:00 a.m. to be included in that day's Campus E-Update.

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Please keep your announcements to under 250 words. If it is longer than 250 words we will shorten the announcement for the Campus E-Update email in order to accommodate everyone's announcements. In the email a link will be included to the full announcement that will be placed on the webpage.