Education grad reflects on student teaching during COVID-19

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Student teachers across the U.S. are adapting to the sudden changes in education caused by the COVID-19 pandemic including Black Hills State University senior Rachel Kremer of Billings, Mont., who is finishing her final weeks of student teaching at Sundance Elementary in Wyoming. Rachel will begin her master’s degree at the University of Arkansas next month where she received a full tuition scholarship because of her involvement at BHSU.

BHSU historic articles mirror present-day recommendations for COVID-19

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Articles from the Black Hills State University archives about the Spanish Flu are providing some unity between alumni from 100 years ago and students affected by the Coronavirus pandemic today. Elizabeth Foss, history major from Broken Bow, Neb., will graduate from BHSU May 9. She says when people look back at the student experience at BHSU during this pandemic, “they will see students trying their best to manage a complete shake-up of the norm.”

Finalists named for the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs position at Black Hills State University

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Three candidates have been selected as finalists for the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs positon at Black Hills State University. The finalists are: Dr. Melanie Hulbert from Gunnison, Colo.; Dr. Russell Morgan, Macomb, Ill.; and Dr. Priscilla Romkema, Spearfish. All three will have virtual campus visits this week to meet with faculty, staff, and students.