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Bluefield Daily Telegraph Reporter Charlie Booth Provides Insight into Personal Essay Writing During Presentation at Bluefield State College


Veteran Bluefield Daily Telegraph reporter Charlie Boothe shared insights and advice about writing personal essays during a presentation at Bluefield State College today.
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Bluefield State College’s 8-Week Compressed Semester Registration For Spring Now Underway


The Spring 2019 Semester 8-week compressed semester option for students will be launched on March 18 at Bluefield State College.
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Tickets are now on sale for the Enchanted Evening Gala, sponsored by the Bluefield State College Foundation


Tickets are now on sale for the Enchanted Evening Gala, sponsored by the Bluefield State College Foundation.
Enchanted Evening - March 23, 2019 @ 7:00 PM

BSC Nursing Alumna Named President of American Nursing Informatics Association


Bluefield State College Nursing alumna Dr. Carolyn Harmon is the 2019 president of the American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA). ANIA consists of greater than 3200 nurses and other healthcare professionals in informatics practice throughout the nation.
Bluefield State College Nursing alumna Dr. Carolyn Harmon

Dr. Tina Coleman, Physician/Nurse/Author/Entrepreneur Will Be Featured Speaker During BSC Nursing Programs 50th and 30th Anniversary Celebrations


A celebration of the Bluefield State College Associate Degree Nursing program’s 50th anniversary and the BSC Baccalaureate Nursing program’s 30th anniversary will be held on campus.
Dr. Tina Coleman, Physician/Nurse/Author/Entrepreneur

Award Winning Journalist Featured During Black History Month Program at Bluefield State College


Wil LaVeist, a well known print, radio, and tv journalist and commentator, was the featured speaker during a Black History Month program at Bluefield State College, February 13.
Wil LaVeist, a well known print, radio, and tv journalist and commentator

BSC Student Brady Shrader Serves as Frasure-Singleton Legislative Intern


Brady Shrader’s legislative internship experience at the West Virginia Legislature gave the Bluefield State College student a ringside seat at one of the most eventful weeks in this year’s regular session in Charleston.
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The W. Paul Cole, Jr. School of Business at Bluefield State College Announces Economic Development Collaboration with Coppin State University


The W. Paul Cole, Jr. School of Business at Bluefield State College has announced an economic development collaboration with Coppin State University of Baltimore, Maryland.
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BSC Faculty Member Receives a $43K Grant from WV-INBRE for Research in the Application of Natural Products for Immunotherapy


Dr. Tesfaye Belay, Professor of Biology in the Bluefield State College School of Arts and Sciences, has been selected to receive a $43,200 grant award from the Center for Natural Product Research of the West Virginia–Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (WV-INBRE).
Dr. Tesfaye Belay, Professor of Biology in the Bluefield State College

BSC Faculty Member Receives $43K WV-INBRE Grant For Cancer-Related Research


Dr. Young B. Kim, Associate Professor of Chemistry at Bluefield State College, has been selected to receive a $43,200 grant award from the Center for Natural Products Research (CNPR), a research program supported by the NIH West Virginia-Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (WV-INBRE). 
Dr. Young B. Kim, Associate Professor of Chemistry at Bluefield State College

BSC Robotics Student and Team Advisor Assist in Judging VEX IQ Robotics Regional Competition


Bluefield State College student Evan Rees, a member of the College’s Intelligent Ground Vehicle championship robotics team, and BSC faculty member Joey Hazelwood, the robotics team’s advisor, assisted in judging the VEX IQ Robotics regional competition at Princeton Middle School.
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Free Income Tax Preparation Offered by Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program at BSC, Beginning February 6


Free income tax preparation assistance for low income and elderly individuals will be offered again this year by the faculty and students in the Accounting Program at Bluefield State College.
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Phillip Imel named Dean of the W. Paul Cole, Jr. School of Business at BSC


With a career background in both business and education, Phillip Imel has accepted the position of Dean, W. Paul Cole, Jr. School of Business, at Bluefield State College.
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BSC Announces 2018 Fall Semester President’s List and Dean’s List


The Bluefield State College 2018 Fall Semester President's and Dean's Lists have been announced. One hundred twelve students earned President's List recognition, and 233 students merited inclusion in the Dean's List.
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January 14 Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony and Program Celebrates New Furnishings and Enhancements in BSC’s Basic Science Building


A January 14 ribbon-cutting ceremony and program will celebrate the arrival and installation of new academic furniture, smart boards, and more to enhance the learning environment and comfort in the Basic Science Building at Bluefield State College.
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Bluefield State College’s New 8-Week Compressed Semester Option Now Available, Classes Begin October 8th


A new 8-week compressed semester option for students will be launched on October 8, 2018 by the W. Paul Cole, Jr. School of Business at Bluefield State College.
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UNICENTRO Cultural Immersion Study Tour August 2018


From August 3 – 18, 2018, 2018, Bluefield State College (BSC) hosted a cultural immersion study tour of southern West Virginia and southwest Virginia for two English major students, Adriana Aleixo and Tobias Batista, from UNICENTRO, BSC’s institutional partner in Brazil.
UNICENTRO Brazil students Adriana Aleixo and Tobias Batista with Dr Martha Eborall and BSC student brady Shrader in the Botanical Gardens

Enrollment in New Online Degree Programs in Engineering Technology Grows Rapidly at BSC


The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree program at Bluefield State College has quickly grown to become the largest degree generator among all baccalaureate engineering technology programs at the College.
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Dr. Ted Lewis Joins BSC Administration as New Provost


It was Bluefield State College’s commitment to students and community that attracted Dr. Ted Lewis to BSC and it’s the opportunity to expand upon that commitment that he finds exciting, as the institution’s new Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Dr. Ted Lewis Joins BSC Administration as New Provost

Credit Bureau of the Virginias Foundation Makes $8,500 Scholarship Donation to Bluefield State College


The Credit Bureau of the Virginias Foundation recently presented a $8,500 check to Bluefield State College to provide scholarship assistance for BSC students.
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