News & Events
November 14 2014
Dr. Martha Eborall Awardeds iGEM's "Judges Prize" at 2014 Giant Jamboree (Bluefield)-- Dr. Martha Eborall's interest in promoting scientific research among students at the elementary through collegiate levels has led to her participation as a judge at various competitions. She h...
November 13 2014
Five students were inducted into the Bluefield State College chapter of Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society of Social Science during a recent ceremony at BSC. Pictured (left-to-right) are new inductees Heather Hanshew, Antonio Bolden, Andrea Hauser, and Ayla Mathias (not pictured--P...
November 12 2014
Program emphasizes the "Restorative Power of Art" to break the cycle of crime & violence (Bluefield)-- Artists Jesse Krimes and Russell Craig will speak on the social justice issues of mass incarceration in this country, and how their art in prison transformed their lives, during a sp...
200 Introduction to Theater ((3-0-3). This course covers the major periods in the development of theater in Western culture from ancient Greece to the 21st century. Representative examples of dramatic literature from each period will be examined as a way into social/political life of the times. PR: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101.
223 Play Production (1-2-1). Affords study and practical experience in theatrical production and management by involving students in planning for a live production by analyzing the script and participating in at least one of the following: acting, scene design and construction, makeup, costuming, lighting, sound, public relations, or other needs particular to a musical (choreography, etc.) Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours. PR: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101.