Most human beings can likely provide a basic definition of the concept of self-esteem. But what does it mean for a person to have low – or high – self-esteem? Dr. Chris Miller, assistant professor of psychology, will explore the nature and purpose of self esteem in a Feb. 27 lecture, “What is the Purpose of Self-Esteem?” to continue Bemidji State University’s spring Honors Council Lecture Series.
Dozens of leading art and media students from 20 regional high schools received special invitations to Bemidji State University’s inaugural Media, Art and Design Day on Feb. 22.
Students in Bemidji State University’s Business Club took advantage of the Presidents Day holiday on Feb. 20 by sponsoring a Professional Workshop to provide resume and cover-letter writing tips, information about internships, business cards and using professional photos in communication with potential employers.
Nearly 100 elementary and high school students from a 15-county region attended the 64th annual Northern Minnesota Regional Science Fair on Feb. 17.
BSU’s Information Technology Services office celebrated the grand opening of BSU’s new 24-hour student computer lab in Decker Hall at a Feb. 16 ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Recent work by six artists who have won McKnight Foundation Fellowships and Residencies are being featured at Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery through March 21.
Bemidji State’s social work program hosted Minnesota Kids Count for a Feb. 7 presentation over coffee which illustrated statewide trends in outcomes for young children and the importance of early childhood development.
Dr. Michael Anderson, vice president for academic and student affairs, was joined on Lake Bemidji by Dr. Anna Carlson, assistant director of the BSU Sustainability Office, and other staff, students and alums to dedicate the university’s Fossil Fuel-Free Fish House at a Jan. 28 ceremony.
A Bemidji State University psychology professor will explore the unique relationship American Indians have with higher education and share results of his research into factors that can help or hinder an American Indian student’s success in college.