Starting in July, Bemidji State University will begin a four-year project to improve diversity in the nation’s nursing workforce by offering significant scholarships and financial support to as many as 12 American Indian nursing students.
Data compiled by Bemidji State University’s Career Services office shows that nearly 87 percent of the members of BSU’s Class of 2015 who declared themselves as available for employment found jobs related to their degree field.
Bemidji State University students Luke Gillund and Robby Troje have qualified for Bassmaster’s national championship tournaments, which will be held Aug. 10-12 on the home waters of Lake Bemidji in Bemidji, Minn.
Bemdji State University has been ranked as one of Minnesota’s 10 best colleges for business majors. After researching 33 institutions of higher learning in the state, the website Zippia ranked BSU ninth on its list of the 10 best colleges for business majors in Minnesota. About BSU’s College of Business Bemidji State’s College of Business […]
Dr. Jim Barta, currently dean and professor of the Tift College of Education at Mercer University, has been named dean of the College of Health Sciences and Human Ecology at Bemidji State University.
“Thank you, Bill, and thank you all for being with us for this truly historic occasion. And I want to add my thanks to Vince for sharing your words with us today. Thank-you very much. I also want to thank my fellow presidents who are here with us today. Dr. Patricia Broker, of Leech Lake […]
Bemidji State University’s master of business administration online degree program is ranked fourth on a list of the nation’s top 25 online MBA programs compiled by the website Best College Reviews.
Bemidji State University is one of nine post-secondary institutions in the country to be honored with a 2017 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Postsecondary Sustainability award.
Michelle Frenzel has been named executive director of enrollment management for Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College.
A group of 11 math education majors from Bemidji State University traveled to Duluth April 27–29 for the Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference. Students were able to attend sessions, network with current teachers and volunteer to help with presentations.