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BHSU students in the news Students and mentors present research


BHSU Players perform "Godspell"


BHSU began it's first summer the- atre season perfroming "Godsepll". The theatre troupe, known as the Black Hills State Players, transformed the Historic Homestake Opera House (Lead) into a vibrant street scene filled with dance and song as they performed the family-friendly 1970s Broadway musical. The cast included 10 student actors and four additional students who worked as costume designers and production techni- cians.


Twenty-two Black Hills State University students and their faculty mentors were se- lected to present at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in San Rafael, Calif. According to Dr. Holly Downing, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at BHSU, it was quite exceptional to have 22 abstracts accepted from BHSU. The University was one of 250 institutions to send students with accepted research abstracts to the conference. While in California, the students met with BHSU alumni Robert Worth, regional president of Bay Area Wells Fargo, and Ste- ven Hass, vice president of Wells Fargo Financial in Roseville, Calif.


Students achieve honors across a variety of disciplines at BHSU


Several pieces of artwork created by three Black Hills State University students were recently selected for publication in Creative Quarterly.The students, Michael Baum, Janci Jo Wenner, and Michael Knutson, were among several BHSU students who submitted artwork to the magazine at the encouragement of BHSU assistant professor Dave Wilson.


Clayton Grueb, a BHSU pre-law stu- dent, is one of eight students from SD higher education institutions who has been chosen for an internship in the nation’s capital under a pilot pro- gram established in 2006 by Gov. Mike Rounds.


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Joanna Vandever, a BHSU junior psychology major from Spearfish, was one of only 32 psychology students selected from applicants from across the nation to participate in the American Psychological Association’s Summer Science Institute.


Jesse Brown Nelson, a senior mass communi- cations major, was awarded the photography internship for the South Dakota Department of Tourism this sum- mer.


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