Volume XXIV No. 22 • June 2, 2000
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Welcome to Black Hills State
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- David Nickel, custodial
worker facilities services
- Jennifer Butler, secretary,
- James Stout, senior building
maintenance worker, facilities
- Suz-ette Lewis, custodial
worker, facilities services
Business office announces
year-end deadlines - Top
following deadlines affect all accounts in the
accounting system. You should be aware of these
dates when planning any expenditures that need
to be processed before year end.
The following are the deadlines
for processing documents for the current fiscal year:
- General funds
accounts – Invoices and vouchers must be
submitted to the business office by June 15.
billings - Billings must be submitted to
the business office by June 22.
- All other funds
accounts - Invoices/Vouchers must be
submitted to the business office by June 27.
Youth Business Adventure (YBA)
will hold conference at Black Hills State University
|The Center for Business and
Entrepreneurship at Black Hills State University will
host a one-week conference for 125 high school seniors
and ten teachers and counselors from across the state
June 11-16. The program, sponsored and designed by the
South Dakota Chamber of Commerce and Industry, exposes
students to the state's business community.
YBA is structured to help students learn through a
variety of speakers and interactive activities. The
purpose of the program is to stimulate curiosity and
provide answers to questions about how the free
enterprise system works in our country.
Students are assigned to groups to form competitive
companies. Each company has a business executive
|who acts as a mentor and
sounding board for the students. The main focus of each
company is to make management decisions through a
competitive management simulation activity. The program
also includes panel discussion, assembly speakers and
tours of area businesses to keep the students interested
while absorbing the message about business in South
During the conference YBA students also have an
opportunity to compete for one of the five $500 matching
scholarships offered through the YBA program. The
scholarships are matched by colleges, vocational and
tech schools and universities in the state.
A second week-long program will be held at the
University of South Dakota in Vermillion during the week
of June 25-30.
events scheduled for the Summer Institute of the Arts
annual Black Hills Summer Institute of the Arts
(formerly known as the Black Hills Arts Festival) has a
number of events planned for the month of June. The
following events are open to the public.
- June 7 – Black Hills
Summer Institute of the Arts Lecture Series
“Exhibits of Fine Art in Spearfish,” James
Knutson, Ruddell Gallery, BHSU campus, Spearfish.
- June 10 – Black Hills
Summer Institute of the Arts Young Performer
Competition, 7 p.m., Matthews Opera House,
Spearfish. Donations welcome.
- June 12 – Black Hills
Summer Institute of the Arts Opening Gala “A Gala
Celebration of the Arts,” 7 p.m., Matthews Opera
House, Spearfish. Gala dress appreciated, $5 at the
- June 14 – Black Hills
Summer Institute of the Arts Lecture Series “A
Brief History of Opera,” Dr. Janeen Larsen, noon,
Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. Free.
- June 21 – Black Hills
Summer Institute of the Arts Digital Shakespeare
show, 7 p.m., Jonas 305, Black Hills State
University campus, Spearfish. Free
- June 21 – Lecture Series
– “The Plays the Same,” Dr. Pamela Wegner,
noon, Matthews Opera House, Spearfish, Free
- June 24 - Black Hills Summer
Institute of the Arts Black Hills Folk Festival
featuring Little Sonny and the Detroit Rhythm Kings,
Vatra, Turtle Mountain Mitchif, and an open mic
session, noon – 10 p.m., Deadwood Pavilion,
Deadwood, $5 per person/$10 family; Free public
workshops – 9 a.m. to noon at Callahan's Franklin
Hotel in Deadwood
- June 28 - Black Hills Summer
Institute of the Arts Vocal Recital, 7 p.m.,
Woodburn Theater, Black Hills State University
campus, Spearfish, $5 at the door
- June 28 – Lecture series
– “Poems, Songs and Family,” Dr. Scott
Simpson, noon, Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. Free
- July 1 – Black Hills
Summer Institute of the Arts Opera Scenes show, 7
p.m., Woodburn Theater, Black Hills State University
campus, Spearfish, $5 at the door.
For more information on any of
these events contact the College of Arts and Science at
Black Hills State University at (605) 642-6420 or Laura
Neubert at (605) 341-5714 or visit our website at: www.bhsu.edu/arts
Grants opportunities announced -
|Below are the program
materials received May 18-May 31 in the grants office,
220 Woodburn. For copies of the information, contact our
office at 642-6627 or e-mail requests to us at email@example.com
. Fellowship information will also be posted on the
Student Union bulletin board near the information desk.
- NASA. Discovery Program 2000. NOI due June
16. Proposals due Sept. 18.
- Head Start – Higher education faculty
initiative – DHHS. The cooperative agreement
will be funded to provide opportunities for faculty
in higher education to enhance their skills,
knowledge and effectiveness as they teach teachers
in Head Start and Early Head Start programs in order
to ensure better outcomes for children. Closing date
is July 11.
- Informal Science Education (NSF). The NSF
is seeking applications under a revised program
announcement for all elementary, secondary and
informal science education projects, including
informal science education projects that foster
stimulating lifelong learning opportunities outside
of school to promote appreciation, interest and
understanding of science, mathematics and technology
for youths and adults. Funds: $24 million for 40 to
60 awards. Required cost-sharing is 10 percent of
requested amounts for all projects except ASCEND
projects. Deadlines: Aug. 2 for required preliminary
proposals; Nov. 15 for full proposals; Aug.14 for
preliminary proposals; Nov. 15 for full proposals.
week at BHSU
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| Friday, June 2
|PREP Day, 8
a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Black Hills Dance Theatre School
|First TTL session
Summer Institute of the Arts
Lecture Series - James Knutson,
Ruddell Gallery, noon
Thursday, June 8
|PREP Day, 8
a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
of the Arts Young Performers Competition, Matthews
Opera House, 7 p.m.