360 Receives $2.55 Million Grant From National Science Foundation

360 Manufacturing Center of Excellence, led by Bemidji State University, has been awarded a National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Regional Center award for $2.55 million. This grant will support efforts to increase graduates in advanced manufacturing programs at 360 partner colleges through 2019.

Exploring Intersections of Academic Freedom and Technology Policies

Dr. Marty J. Wolf, professor of computer science, will explore the challenges that come from managing a secure information technology infrastructure while respecting the principles of academic freedom to open BSU’s fall Honors Council Lecture Series.

Gallery: Record Number of Graduate Schools Attend Grad Prep for Seniors

Grad Prep for Seniors (and juniors) was held Wednesday, Sept. 28, in the Beaux Arts Ballroom at Bemidji State University. Students were able to drop in to this event and visit with representatives from graduate and professional schools, utilize job and internship resources, check their graduation plans, order caps and gowns, and view samples of professional attire.

Gallery: University Celebrates 18 New McNair Scholars at Weekend Dinner

President Hensrud and others celebrated Bemidji State University’s new class of McNair Scholars at an evening dinner on Sept. 17. The McNair Scholars Program helps qualifying first-generation college students prepare for graduate school and eventual doctoral work.

Gallery: Shriners Parade and Halftime Presentation

Bemidji State University treated the Bemidji community to another exciting Shrine Game weekend, Sept. 16-17. President Hensrud and her husband Neil took part in the traditional pre-game parade, and BSU improved to 3-0 with a 45-17 win over conference rival Wayne State.