Bluefield State College will receive $1.685 million in additional funding to help ensure learning continues during the coronavirus national emergency. These funds are in addition to Federal Cares Act Funds received earlier by BSC—monies used to launch the Bluefield State College Emergency Relief program for students.
The $1.685 million that BSC will receive was part of a nearly $1.4 billion in additional CARES Act Relief Funds for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Tribally Controlled Colleges and Universities, and institutions serving low-income students.
Bluefield State College has established a task force to permit the College to resume operations safely and effectively prior to the start of Fall Semester classes in August. BSC President Robin Capehart announced the creation of the “B-State’s Back” Task Force today (April 29).
Bluefield State College student Milica Knezevic has sought and embraced challenges and opportunities throughout her life. As she’s entered the final few weeks prior to her graduation from BSC, she received confirmation of her admission into the prestigious MBA program at Duquesne University, and she has landed a graduate research assistantship position.
BSC Manufactures and Delivers N95 Replica Masks For Bluefield Regional Medical Center and Princeton Community Hospital
Five Bluefield State College engineering technology students have received Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA-10 certifications. Students Kristen Taylor, Tyler Walker, Kameron Hall, Adam Hammond, and Tanner Ray received the certifications during BSC’s Spring 2020 Semester.
Bluefield State College academic administrator Dr. Jacquelyn Madry-Taylor participated in the recent White House’s Public Liaison office/Coronavirus Task Force conference call.
Bluefield State College hosted the recent semiannual meeting of the West Virginia Academic Business Program Professors of Business. The meeting at the W. Paul Cole, Jr. School of Business on BSC’s campus focused upon entrepreneurism and West Virginia Workforce development.
Phillip Imel, the Dean of the W. Paul Cole, Jr. at Bluefield State College, and BSC students Matt Jackson and Alexander Brugos visited Seton Hall University recently, following an invitation from SHU Dean, Dr. Joyce Strawser.
Dr. Debjani Chakrabarti, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Bluefield State College has been awarded a Summer Fellowship 2020 with the opportunity to participate in the Schusterman Center’s Summer Institute for Israel Studies at Brandeis University in Massachusetts.
The Bluefield State College Chapter of Gamma Beta Phi attended the recent national conference in Hilton Head, SC.
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice signs SB122, celebrating the 125th anniversary of the founding of Bluefield State College.
"Diamonds in the Night," the 2nd annual Bluefield State College Foundation Student Scholarship Gala, will be celebrated on April 4, 2020, 7 pm-10 pm at the Bluefield Arts Center.
Bluefield State College’s Larry Zande has received a Master’s Degree in “Cybersecurity and Information Assurance from Western Governors University.
The Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia has selected Bluefield State College faculty member Dr. Tesfaye Belay as one of five finalists for the West Virginia’s 2019 Professor of the Year.
Sandra Wynn, Director of the Bluefield State College Associate Degree Nursing Program is among the nurses from throughout the world pictured on the American Nurses Association's "Year of the Nurse" celebration and publicity, including multimedia and social media marketing of the "Year of the Nurse" campaign.
Bluefield Middle School won today's MATHCOUNTS Regional competition at Bluefield State College. Five regional middle school teams took part in the competition, now in its 32nd year at BSC. Glenwood School, Princeton Middle School, and Pikeview Middle School will advance to the state MATHCOUNTS competition, later this year.
The new Southern West Virginia Imaging Core Facility at Bluefield State College is a regional resource for advanced imaging that augments student research and train. Students can apply their academic training through utilizing the microscopes in their research within the facility's labs.
The Bluefield State College Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education program is ranked among the nation’s top teacher preparation programs in early reader instruction. The National Council on Teacher Quality recently released its ranking in the 2020 Teacher Prep Review.
A recently established Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) at Bluefield State College will support students in recovery from any kind of addictive behavior, as well as those wanting to be in recovery, or those wishing to support others on their recovery journey.
A new coffee shop will open later this semester on the Bluefield State College campus.