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Timesheets Due Tuesday!
REMINDER: TIMESHEETS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON SNAP BY TUESDAY: January 22, 2019 BY 9:00 AM MT

Please note, missed timesheet submissions or approvals will cause a delay in pay so be mindful of the deadline!

Hourly employees and student workers should always record all actual hours worked. There are 168 total hours in this current pay period; including 24 hours of Holiday pay and 16 hours of Administrative pay.

CURRENT PAY PERIOD: 12/22/2018 THROUGH 1/21/2019

Supervisors – all timesheets must be approved BY 2 PM TUESDAY as processes start that afternoon. Prior to approving any timesheets please check the leave request systems for outstanding leave requests. Once the leave is approved the timesheet should be updated with the appropriate leave and approved for processing. Please note, if the timesheet approval deadline is missed, your employee(s) will experience a delay in receiving a paycheck.

EMPLOYEES, please make sure your timesheet has been submitted and approved by your supervisor prior to 2:00 PM on Tuesday.

If you are not an employee who is required to submit a timesheet or exception time on SNAP, please disregard this message.
--Submitted by Kasey on 2019-01-17

BHRS 2019
Call for abstracts for BHRS 2019, I was wondering if you can kindly distribute the following information to your respective College Faculty. Thanks in advance for your help in promoting BHRS  abstract submissions.
 
BHRS 21st Abstract Guidelines: [Certain Important dates, instructions and links has been highlighted for your convenience]
 
All abstract must be submitted using the following URL:
 
https://www.bhsu.edu/Research/BH-Research-Symposium/Apply
 
 
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: February 22, 2019 by 5:00 pm
 
Abstract submission guidelines:
  1. Name of presenter‚Äč
  2. Name of Faculty Research Mentor
  3. 200-450 word max. abstract that includes:
    1. Title
    2. Complete list of presenters and authors
    3. Email address of presenters and authors(s)
    4. Discipline
    5. For empirical data-driven or theoretical research: A brief description of the research to be presented including:
      1. Background
      2. Methods
      3. Results
      4. Conclusion
For research in an area of creative activity: A brief description of the body of work including:
  1. Media
  2. Technique and process
  3. Purpose of the work: narrative, influence, and/or design qualities
  4. All creative works must be presented through oral presentation. Fine art must provide visual representations.
  5. Indication of preference for poster or oral presentation
  6. Indication of IRB approval and IRB approval number where appropriate. Please refer to BHSU research policies and/or contact Cynthia.Anderson@bhsu.edu for details or clarifications
  7. Indication of undergraduate or graduate status
  8. Acceptance or Applied to NCUR (Yes or No)
Participants will be notified of acceptance by email by March 1st, 2019.
 
--Submitted by Parthasarathi Nag on 2019-01-16

You can Make a Difference

The “I make a difference coin” is floating around campus again after a well deserved holiday break. :)  If you receive it, please display it proudly because someone thinks you are making a difference at BHSU. This award is to recognize people on campus who are making a positive impact. Awards were delivered Monday morning to the next round of recipients. Those recipients will choose the next round of recipients by the date listed below. You never know when you will be recognized. Please continue to “Pay it forward”!

Congratulations:

Laura Colmenero-Chilberg
Theresa Lewis
Janette Hettick
Shawn Covell

Recipients, please have the next recipient's name ready by January 28th

--Submitted by Melissa Woodall on 2019-01-16

Tax Season - Phishing and Phone Scams
It’s tax season!!  You know what that means… Yes, more phishing emails and phone scams are making the rounds attempting to lure you or even scare you into divulging your personal, financial, and confidential information.
 
We block several thousand phishing emails daily, but there are a few that occasionally make it through the filters, so it is important to always stay alert!
 
  • If you receive a phishing message, please do not respond to the message, do not click on any links, and delete it from your mailbox. 
  • If you receive a phone call from a threatening or even a “nice” person or automated message identifying themselves as the IRS or other tax agency demanding immediate payment, credit/debit card information or other suspicious information, you have the power to hang up the phone
 
A few of our faculty and staff members recently received an email asking them to update and validate their IRS E-file information.  The messages they received are phishing messages. Thank you to those of you that notified us directly or through the use of the Phish Alert Button of the emails you received.
 
--Submitted by Garrett Stevens on 2019-01-16

University Campus Alert System - Registration Required

Your University Campus Alert System, Everbridge, provides critical notification services during emergencies and closures. During an emergency, you will receive notifications through this service.

Please take a few moments to register and provide your current contact information. If your contact information has already been entered into the system please verify that it is correct. To get started please visit https://campusalert.sdbor.edu/?univ=bhsu, where you will be prompted to log in with your BHSU email address and password.

If you receive more than one registration email you only need to register once. You will continue to receive this notification monthly if you have not registered and are active in the University Campus Alert System.

Thank you for your cooperation.

--Submitted by Garrett Stevens on 2019-01-16

Free Tutoring
Free tutoring services available in accounting and economics to any student in need.  Take advantage of these extra resources to ensure a successful semester! 

Economics Tutor in Club Buzz – Elizabeth Sorensen
Mondays & Wednesdays – 10am – noon
Tuesdays & Thursdays – 9am – noon
By appointment at Elizabeth.Sorensen@yellowjackets.bhsu.edu
 
Accounting Tutor in library – Ashley McFarland
Mondays – 2:30pm – 5:30pm
Thursdays – 9am – 11am
Fridays – 8:30am – 10:30am
By appointment at Ashley.McFarland@yellowjackets.bhsu.edu
 
--Submitted by Dana Weber on 2019-01-14

Events
Multicultural Mosaics radio features Tunisia discussion at 89.1 FM
Listen to Multicultural Mosaics radio on Sundays 10-11 a.m. and Wednesdays 6-7 p.m. at The Buzz 89.1 FM or at BHSUmedia.com streaming. This month’s conversation features BHSU student Mariem Daghbouji from Tunisia on Sundays, Jan. 20, Jan. 27 and 
Wednesdays,  Jan. 23,  Jan. 30.
 
--Submitted by Mary Caton-Rosser on 2019-01-16

Design Basics: Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator
Adobe® InDesign®, Photoshop®, and Illustrator® are a robust set of tools that can answer any number of design needs. However, for newer users, it can be confusing in terms of when to use what program for which project.
 
Join Gina Gibson, Associate Professor of Digital Media at Black Hills State University, in this hands-on, full-day workshop, as you dive into each of these design tools.
 
Gina will teach you how to integrate Adobe® Photoshop®, Illustrator® and InDesign® into a more streamlined and easy to follow workflow, as well as:
 
• Terms and techniques of graphic design
• When and why to use Photoshop®, Illustrator®, and InDesign®
• How to create shapes and lines in Illustrator®
• Manipulating images and basic color correction and determining image quality in Photoshop®
• How to build multiple pages and layouts and how to package files in InDesign®
 
Participants will be able to follow right along with Gina step-by-step in the Mac Lab at BHSU-Rapid City campus.
 
Learn how these design tools can help you empower your design sense, work more efficiently together, and save you time.
 
Register at www.BHSU.edu/SDCEO
 
--Submitted by Mela Cosme on 2019-01-15

BHSU Career Fair
Our annual BHSU Jacket Career Fair will be held on Tuesday, February 26th from 9am-12pm.  
There will be employers from the region there to talk about their full-time, part-time and seasonal jobs as well as internships.
If there are employers you'd like to see represented at the fair for your students and majors please email clarissa.thompson@bhsu.edu 
--Submitted by Clarissa Thompson on 2019-01-14

Policy/Updates

2019 Archive


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 9:30 a.m. to be included in that day's Campus E-Update.

Announcement Form

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.