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BSU celebrates Shoreline Sculpture

Bemidji State University officially celebrated the creation of its shoreline wildlife sculpture, installed and carved during the summer of 2014, during an Oct. 13 ceremony. BSU President Dr. Richard A. Hanson; Dr. Anton Treuer, director of BSU’s American Indian Resource Center; Erika Bailey-Johnson, BSU sustainability coordinator; and artist Curtis Ingvoldstad each spoke during the ceremony, which celebrated BSU’s monument to the wildlife found in the air, on the land and in the waters surrounding the campus. Photos


American Indians experience some of the largest health disparities on nearly every preventable disease. Dr. John Gonzalez, an associate professor of psychology at Bemidji State University, will explore how subtle forms of racial discrimination helps prevent these care gaps from improving as part of BSU’s Honors Council Lecture Series....

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