April 19, 2001
Below is the copy of information on SDSM& T that ran in the Rapid City
Journal's " Discover the Black Hills" last year. For 2001, we are planning to
condense the material we publish. We plan to publish Web sites addresses for
those who wish to view more detailed information. If time allows, we may
publish more detailed descriptions on the Journal Web site at
rapidcityjournal. com. Can you update the attached material and e- mail it
back to me at laura_ tonkyn@ rapidcityjournal. com? I will edit the material
for a condensed version, plus keep the whole copy for inclusion on our Web
site. Please include your Web site address for readers who have access to a
My deadline for accepting material is May 8. Thanks for your time!
Laura Tonkyn, Special Sections Editor
Phone: 394- 8405
E- mail: laura_ tonkyn@ rapidcityjournal. com
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, Rapid City. Enrollment: 2,250.
As a leader in engineering, science and computer technology, Tech has been
preparing engineers and scientists for more than a century. Tech offers
bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in a variety of science, engineering and other high- tech fields. Starting this year, Tech now offers a two- year Associate’s Degree in General Studies. Tech is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The university also offers a wide variety of courses and programs in computer and information technology. These programs prepare graduates with experience in the latest developments in distributed networks and system software. These programs focus on network administration, e- commerce and web programming. At Tech, career planning and placement is a top priority. Eighty percent of Tech engineering and science students have relevant work experience when they graduate. Ninety percent have jobs in their fields within six months of graduation. Starting salaries average more than $ 43,000. Courses are also available via videotape, cable TV, satellite and the Internet. Phone: 394- 2414 or ( 800) 544- 8162, ext 2414. Visit Tech’s web site at www. sdsmt. edu.
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Devereaux Library. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.