Welcome to Black Hills State
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- Rodney Parsons, program assistant II, University Support Services
- Karen Stacy, library associate, Library Learning Center
CSA positions open - top
The following Career Service positions are open:
- three custodial workers, Facilities Services
- registration officer, Records
For additional information view the employment opportunities at www.bhsu.edu/resources/jobs/
or contact the Human Resource Office.
BHSU will sell individual
reserved seating for Yellow Jacket fans - top
Yellow Jacket Foundation at Black Hills State University is offering
reserved seating, complete with a padded chair-back seat, for football
and basketball games.
“We are confident that having a comfortable chair in place when
they arrive will make attending Yellow Jacket athletic events more
enjoyable for our fans,” said Bud Synhorst, BHSU athletic director. He
noted that the chairs will be available for football games at a cost of
$50, for basketball games at a cost of $100 or for both sports at a
discounted cost of $125.
Prior to the beginning of the season, BHSU will host a choose-a-seat
night when fans will choose the location of their seats at Lyle Hare
Stadium as well as in the Young Center gymnasium. The reserved seats
will then be set in the proper place before each home game.
The reserved seating designation does not include cost of admission
to the games. Donors who have contributed to the Yellow Jacket
Foundation will still receive the usual admission passes and now will
also have the option of reserving seating with a padded back-rest chair.
For more information or to see a sample of the chairs, contact the
athletic department at 642-6882.
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Below are the program materials received July 31 through Aug. 6 in
the Grants Office, Woodburn 309. For copies of the information, contact
the office at 642-6371 or email requests to email@example.com.
Fellowship information will also be posted on the Student Union
bulletin board near the information desk.
Research in Chemistry (NSF). The National Science Foundation is
inviting proposals for collaborative team research in a coherent
defined project at the forefront of the chemical sciences.
Investigations should focus on areas of recognized or
emerging importance in the chemical sciences. Examples of possible
outcomes are: substantial progress toward answering a set of major
unresolved questions in chemistry; undergraduates, graduate students
and postdoctoral researchers trained in an important
interdisciplinary area; and new and exemplary modes of
collaborations. The deadline is Sept. 22 for required letters of
intent. Proposals are due by
Oct. 27. www.nsf.gov/pubs/2003/nsf03583/nsf03583.htm
American Wetlands Conservation: Small Grants (DoI/USFWS). The
Interior Department’s U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the North
American Wetlands Conservation Council are seeking proposals for
small grants for wetland and wetland-associated upland conservation
projects (July 31 Federal Register). Activities
include wetlands acquisition and restoration projects. Under a
broadened definition of wetlands, projects may involve almost any
type of wetland system, including riparian and lake habitats, and
range of birds. The deadline is Nov. 28. http://northamerican.fws.gov
(click on “Wetlands Grant Program”)
Results for Those with Disabilities:
Center (ED). The Education Department’s Office of
Special Education and Rehabilitative Services invites applications
for a center to provide technical assistance and information to
strengthen the ability of state and localities to improve early
intervention, education and transitional services and results for
children with disabilities and their families and, toward that end,
address systemic change efforts (July 30 Federal Register).
The dissemination clearinghouse will provide a central
repository of information and products developed by technical
assistance grantees; maintain a database of those and other
science-based materials; and disseminate products. The deadline is
Aug. 29. For applications go to www.ed.gov/pubs/edpubs/html;
for information visit www.ed.gov/legislation/FedRegister
and refer to CFDA #84.326N.
Health Network Development Planning Grant (HRSA). The
Health Resources and Services Administration is inviting planning
grant applications to develop integrated health care networks in
rural areas (July 31 Federal
must propose to bring together at least three separately owned
health care providers in a network for which they can demonstrate
specific need; identify one or more problems or issues that the
network will address; and identify potential network partners.
Networks also may include non-provider members, such as
faith-based organizations, education institutions, employers and
local government agencies. The deadline is Sept. 10. Visit www.gpoaccess.gov/fr/index.html
then scroll to “Browse the Table of Contents from back issues,”
and select “2003,” then “July 31.”
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