To prepare for spring-semester classes that began Jan. 9, Bemidji State University administration, faculty and staff were on campus attending workshops and programs designed to make the start of a new semester run smoothly. Presentations included refresher courses on website data management, active shooter scenarios, teaching styles and orientation for new international students.
Bemidji State’s Department of Criminal Justice will begin the spring semester with a customizable model city to help students visualize how first responders might manage emergency situations.
Bemidji’s Great River Rescue brought a variety of dogs and cats to campus to help students prepare for finals as part of the annual De-Stress with Pets event on Dec. 6. All pets brought to the event were available for adoption.
Two sections of a marketing class taught by Dr. Angie Kovarik, assistant professor of business administration, met for a mock trade show at Bemidji’s downtown LaunchPad facility on Nov. 30. In place of its weekly Entrepreneur Meet-Up, LaunchPad invited entrepreneurs and members of the Bemidji community to visit student groups and explore their academic work in trade show-style booths.
A group of six Visiting Scholars from different parts of China gave a presentation Monday on their country’s language, customs, history and technology at BSU’s American Indian Resource Center. The Chinese scholars are all college or university faculty members who have spent the fall semester at BSU learning about the U.S. educational system and American […]
Bemidji State University’s Council of Indian Students hosted its 44th annual Pow-Wow, Nov. 19 in John Glas Fieldhouse.
Symphonic Band, under the direction of Scott Guidry, is an integral component of the band program at Bemidji State University. The ensemble is comprised of music majors, non-majors, as well as community members.
Bemidji State University’s Career Services and Student Alumni Association co-sponsored “Networking 101,” a Life After BSU Mini-Series event that focused on the importance of networking when searching for a job and finding professional success.
A new mural has been added to the entryway of Bemidji State University’s American Indian Resource Center, a pointillist work by local artist Leah Yellowbird.
Bemidji State University’s Council of Indian Students hosted the second annual “All My Relations” dinner as part of Native American Heritage Month activities at BSU’s American Indian Resource Center.