Fulbright Visiting Scholar Maneesh Pandeya wrapped up an active two-day visit to the region with this morning's lecture, "India's Customs and Traditions" at Bluefield State College.
Dr. Angela Lambert delivered two presentations at the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists annual meeting in Worthington, OH. The meeting was held for technologists, educators and students in the field of Radiologic Technology.
It’s a social network much like Facebook or LinkedIn, and it permits researchers to use open source software to visualize molecular interaction networks and biological pathways. It’s called “Cytoscape,” and Bluefield State College faculty and students are utilizing Cytoscape’s ability to process mountains of data to identify relevant research and data, then incorporate it into the research they’re conducting at BSC.
Dr. Terry Wallace discussed "Writing Personal Essays" with Bluefield State College students during the "Style is the Man" speakers series at BSC. Dr. Wallace, BSC's Interim Chief of Staff, encouraged students to "write about what you know and are passionate about."
Bluefield State College students Austin Sisk, Dominick Buzzo, Cory Nipper, and Joshua Adkins placed second in the Geotechnical Competition portion of the recent American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Virginia Regional Student Conference at George Mason University.
For Bluefield State College alumnus Mark Gillenwater, a four-year tour of duty in the US Navy provided valuable experience in his career path, and Bluefield State College helped his preparation for that career. Today, Mark is the lead electrical engineer at the Wytheville, VA plant location of Coperion Corporation, an industry leader in extrusion—a process used to create elements used in multiple manufacturing settings.
Seven students were formally inducted into the Bluefield State College chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, the International Honor Society of Social Sciences, during a recent ceremony at the College
Fulbright Scholar Mohammed Boudoudou discussed "Moroccan Customs and Cultures" during a presentation at Bluefield State College today.
Noted writer, poet, and social entrepreneur Charisse Carney-Nunes spoke to an Hebert Gallery capacity audience during Bluefield State College's 2019 Women’s History Month Luncheon.
Bluefield State College students Gezelle Brown and Raenel Crenshaw were among a select group of West Virginia college and university students to present their research posters during the annual West Virginias Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol.
Ninety employers and several hundred job and career candidates attended the 31st annual Job Fair at Bluefield State College.
Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced the 262 students who will make up the organization’s 2019-2020 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows, including Bluefield State College student Syed Monis Ali.
Bluefield, WV – This summer, seventh and eighth-grade students from Mercer, McDowell, and Monroe Counties with an interest in the nursing profession will have a chance to spend time working alongside real nurses in real hospital environments during the three-day West Virginia Junior Nursing Academy.
Veteran Bluefield Daily Telegraph reporter Charlie Boothe shared insights and advice about writing personal essays during a presentation at Bluefield State College today.
The Spring 2019 Semester 8-week compressed semester option for students will be launched on March 18 at Bluefield State College.
Tickets are now on sale for the Enchanted Evening Gala, sponsored by the Bluefield State College Foundation.
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.
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.
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.
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.