Welcome to Black Hills State
University - top
- Michelle Bozarth, secretary, EAFB Branch Campus
- Dawn Jensen, senior secretary, Enrollment Center
for Black Hills State University is Jan. 8 - top
for students who have not yet registered for the spring 2003 semester at
Black Hills State University is Jan. 8 from 8 a.m. until noon in the
Market Place of the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union. Classes
begin Jan. 9.
may make changes to their class schedule through WebAdvisor, located on
the BHSU website www.bhsu.edu.
Changes may also be made at the Student Union where assistance will be
available Jan. 8-17 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The last day to drop a
non-block course with a refund is Jan. 17.
who have confirmed enrollment (with the enrollment verification card)
and taken care of their bill in advance will not need to check in. All
other students should go through the payment and financial aid
disbursement process. To keep payment lines as short as possible
students are advised to follow the schedule, which is divided by last
name. If the schedule conflicts with a class, students should go through
fee payment during an open time slot. All payments or financial
arrangements must be made before
4 p.m. Jan. 10. Classes
will be released for students who have not checked in or returned the
enrollment verification card by Jan. 10 at 4 p.m.
Students can move into the residence halls beginning Sunday, Jan. 5 at
can make arrangements for meal plans, parking permits and email and
internet accounts Jan. 8-10 in the Student Union Market Place. Student
IDs from last semester will be activated when students enroll.
Replacement IDs are available in Woodburn Hall room 214 for a $10
more information about fee payment or registration contact the
Enrollment Center at 642-6044.
and Financial Aid Disbursement Schedule
SDSEO Board meets with
Governor-elect Rounds - top
|Members of the South Dakota State
Employees Organization (SDSEO) Board were treated to
constructive discussion with Governor-elect Mike Rounds during
the Dec. 13 meeting.
|SDSEO board members, Fred Nelson, president of
SDSEO, and Myron Sullivan, are BHSU employees. Rounds
met with the board and discussed a broad range of issues ranging
||BHSU employees Fred
Nelson and Myron Sullivan were among the group of SDSEO members
who met with Governor-elect Rounds recently. Standing are, left to
right, Fred Nelson, Eric Stroeder, Governor-elect Rounds, Kelli
Buscher, Myron Sullivan. Seated: Terry Varilek, Ella Timm
and Nanette Dailey.
|retirement to state
employee health insurance. Rounds also told the board he would
join SDSEO when he assumes the office of governor.
opportunities announced - top
Below are the program materials received Dec. 5, 2002, through Jan.
1, 2003, in the Grants Office, Woodburn 218. For copies of the
information, contact the office at 642-6627 or e-mail requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fellowship information will also be posted on the Student Union
bulletin board near the information desk.
Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.
The Upjohn Institute invites submission of proposals to
conduct policy-relevant research on employment issues.
The Institute offers two funding opportunities: research
grants that lead to book-length manuscripts; and a mini-grant
program that provides funds for innovative research papers that have
special funding needs. More
information can be found at http://www.upjohninstitute.org.
deadlines and notification dates follow:
Feb. 1, 2003 – Deadline for three-page summaries and
March 1, 2003 – Research grant
finalists invited to prepare full 15-page proposals;
April 10, 2003 – Full proposals
May 10, 2003 – Announcement of
Science Foundation Undergraduate Research. The National Science Foundation’s Directorate for
Biological Sciences is inviting applications to support
multidisciplinary research efforts involving faculty and
undergraduate students at predominantly undergraduate institutions. Projects must be collaborative efforts that focus on a
research problem in the biological sciences that is best approached
from multiple discipline perspectives. Deadlines: March 12, 2003;
Jan. 10, 2004; and Jan. 10,
US Department of Education. FIPSE:
Special Focus on U.S.-Brazil Higher Education Consortia. The Education Department’s Fund for the Improvement of
Postsecondary Education is inviting applications for cooperative
agreements to form educational consortia of American and Brazilian
institutions to encourage cooperation in the coordination, student
exchange and broadening of educational opportunities. Deadline: March 28, 2003. http://www.ed.gov/FIPSE
Endowment for the Humanities. Humanities
Focus Grants. The
National Endowment for the Humanities seeks applications for grants
to enable educators to study humanities topics and materials
together or map institutional directions for teaching the
April 15, 2003. http://www.neh.gov/grants/guidelines/hfg.html