The Magic Flute, Mozart’s whimsical fantasy tale of a prince and a kidnapped princess, is coming to Bemidji State University. BSU Opera Theatre’s production of The Magic Flute opens a three-show run on March 3.
Faculty in the Bemidji School of Nursing have served a weekly “Feed and Seed” home-cooked meal to students in the four-year nursing program since January, 2015. Initially serving between 10 and 30 students, the Feed and Seed meals now serve a healthy, well-balanced meal to between 50 and 60 students each week.
The federal Trade Adjustment Assistance Act (TAA) provides free tuition, books, fees, supplies and possibly transportation to laid-off miners wishing to further their education. Approximately 2,000 miners from 11 mines on the Iron Range are TAA certified and are eligible to participate in this program.
College Values Online has ranked Bemidji State University’s online accounting degree program among the top 30 such programs in the country. The website ranked BSU’s program 19th on its list, “Online Accounting Degree: More Top Values ’16.” Online accounting at BSU is a 71-credit program that allows students to have the same support as they […]
Early registration closes March 7 for the 11th annual Northern Minnesota Safety Conference, hosted by the Minnesota Safety Council and Optivation, a custom college and outreach training venture operated jointly by Northwest Technical College and Bemidji State University.
Bemidji State University’s Department of Technology, Art and Design is seeking presenters for its second annual TAD Talks event, scheduled for Thursday, April 28.
EdCamp Bemidji will take place February 27, 2016 at Bemidji State University’s Hagg-Sauer Hall. EdCamp is a FREE “unconference,” designed to let college professors and K-12 teachers take back professional development. Rather than paying expensive presenters, learn from and teach each other.
The Bemidji School of Nursing at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College has announced departmental scholarship recipients the 2016-17 school year for students in the four-year baccalaureate and registered nurse-to-bachelor’s degree programs.
Registration is now open for Bemidji State University’s annual Scrubs Camp, a program for high school students who wish to learn more about health care careers and educational pathways, particularly those in the greater Bemidji region.The four-day camp will be held June 14-17 on the BSU campus.
In honor of Black History Month, student clubs and organizations at Bemidji State University collectively present the Langston Hughes’ Project presented by Dr. Ron McCurdy, professor of music at the University of Southern California, on Feb. 25.