Welcome to Black Hills State
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- Danna Lynn, custodial worker, facilities services
- Margaret Gubbrud, senior secretary, grants and special projects.
CSA position open - top
The following Career Service position is open and limited to status
Career Service employees of BHSU Dining Services:
For more information, please review the announcement or contact the
Human Resource Office.
Retirement - top
Dorothy Keller, senior secretary, center of excellence
Scholarship established at Black Hills State - top
Gay Lynn Scholarship was recently established at Black Hills State
University by emeritus professor Bill Lynn and his wife Gay.
donated more than $17,000 to the BHSU Foundation through the
contribution of stocks and cash to establish the scholarship fund. The
corpus of this fund will be permanently preserved and the earnings will
be used for the management and distribution of the fund.
of the Gay Lynn Scholarship will be selected by the enrollment center at
BHSU beginning in the fall of 2004.
scholarship is named for Gay (Friel) Lynn who graduated from BHSU in
1948 with an education degree. She then taught physical education at
various places including Washington and California. She later taught in
Spearfish and Belle Fourche.
husband, Bill Lynn, was a BHSU education and psychology faculty member
for 20 years. After officially retiring in 1988, Lynn continued to teach
extension courses for the university. He is now recognized as an
emeritus faculty member.
Gay both dedicated their lives to education and their dedication will
now be continued in perpetuity as BHSU students benefit from the
financial assistance of this scholarship,” said Steve Meeker, vice
president for institutional advancement at BHSU. He expressed his thanks
to the couple for their generous donation.
is accepting gifts or bequests from individuals to add to this fund. For
more information on establishing a scholarship at BHSU contact Meeker at
Walmart donates to annual
BHSU pow-wow - top
Lakota Omniciye Club at BHSU recently received a $500 donation from the
Wal-Mart Department store in support of the annual Lakota Omniciye pow-wow.
Leona White Hat, assistant director of the Center for Indian Studies
(right), and Lisa Bryan, director of the Center for Indian Studies
(center), accept the donation from Wal-Mart assistant manager Deb
The money will be used to cover program costs and other expenses for
the pow-wow, which is held annually on the BHSU campus. The Lakota
Omniciye club works closely with the Center for Indian Studies to
sponsor the annual Pow-wow as a way of creating cultural awareness on
the BHSU campus and in the surrounding area.
Bryan and White Hat are also advisors for the Lakota Omniciye club.
Plans are underway for next year’s pow-wow which will be held in
April. For further information or to make donations, contact Bryan at
the Center for Indian Studies at (605) 642-6578.
of Music will meet June 19 - top
The Friends of
Music will meet Thursday, June 19 at noon at 1120 University Street
(Ruthie's). The group will discuss plans for the upcoming fall alumni
concerts and other fundraising ideas. Coffee and dessert will be
If you are
interested in joining the group, contact Janeen Larsen at 642-6241.
camps held on BHSU campus - top
group of basketball camp students listen to instructions from Mike Kruszynski,
head coach of the Black Hills State University men's basketball team, as
other students shoot free throws with the help of camp coaches.
Basketball camps are being held at the Donald E. Young Sports and
Fitness Center through tomorrow, June 14, for boys' and girls' grades
1-6. A girls' camp for grades 7-12 will be June 16-19 while
boys' grades 7-12 can attend the camp June 23-26. Contact
Kruszynski at 642-6607 or Mark Nore, head coach of the BHSU women's
basketball team, at 642-6886 or visit the BHSU
athletics page for more information.
opportunities announced - top
Below are the program materials received May 29 through June 11 in
the Grants Office, Woodburn 309. 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.
Foundation. The WHO
(Women Helping Others) Foundation concentrates grant making on
health, education and wellness concerns specifically for women and
children. Requests for the
2004 grant round are being accepted until Sept. 16.
Foundation. The Janus
Foundation focuses its support nationally on two areas:
at-risk youth through education; and community service and
addition, the foundation offers limited support to cultural
institutions in the Denver metro area.
There is no deadline; proposals
are reviewed monthly.
Rural Health Services Research (HRSA).
The Health Resources and Services Administration is
inviting applications for rural health services policy research
addressing critical concerns facing rural communities in securing
appropriate health services. Deadline
is July 7. See www.hrsa.gov/grants.htm
for more information. Refer to announcement HRSA 03-091.
research funds available - top
The Faculty Research Committee has
funds available for the current fiscal year. Write a short (about
three-page) proposal. Proposal forms are available in the Grants and
Special Projects Office, Woodburn 309, or can be printed from the website.
It is anticipated that successful
applicants will request support for faculty release time, research
equipment, travel to research sites or research support for the
production of creative work. Preference is given to new applicants,
particularly in the areas of education, business, social sciences and
humanities. Applications are now being accepted for faculty release time
for spring 2004. Release time is awarded to full-time faculty who teach
on the BHSU campus. The next application deadline is Monday,
Aug. 18 at
The applicants are encouraged to
contact the committee members for advice prior to completing their
proposals. The members are John Alsup, Earl Chrysler, Tom Cox, Abdollah
Farrokhi (chair), Jim Hess, Kathleen Parrow, Shane Sarver, and Rob