Bemidji State University’s online bachelor’s degree program in elementary education has been recognized as one of the nation’s best by the website Best Degree Programs.
In celebration of what would have been the 87th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Bemidji State University will host a screening of the film, “Selma,” along with a conversation about the film’s historical context and lessons from the film that can be applied today, on Jan. 17.
Through a series of energy-efficient lighting projects on campus, Bemidji State University has received a rebate of more than $18,000 through Otter Tail Power Company’s Conservation Improvement Program.
Two Bemidji State University faculty members who were recognized as University Scholars during spring 2016 Commencement headline BSU’s spring Honors Council Lecture Series.
Dr. Jesse Grant has joined Bemidji State University as interim dean of students. Grant will have leadership responsibility that includes services for American Indian and veteran students, as well as campus housing, recreation, dining, the student union, student conduct and health and counseling.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has recommended more than $26 million to fund broad-reaching construction, renovation and repair projects at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College as part of a $1.5 billion state bonding proposal.
Bemidji State University senior Alison Cordes has received the CenturyLink Named Scholarship for STEM Education, a $2,500 award to support her education from the Minnesota High Tech Association Foundation. The scholarships support Minnesota undergraduate students in science, technology, engineering and math disciplines.
Bemidji State University’s blended online and in-classroom registered nursing and bachelor of science in nursing programs have been recognized by Best Value Schools for their quality and affordability.
Bemidji State University’s online social work and applied engineering programs have been recognized for quality in a national review of online programs by the website Affordable Colleges Online.
Minnesota physical education teachers or undergraduate students majoring in physical education can earn Developmental Adapted Physical Education (DAPE) licensure at Bemidji State University through a new online program launching in January 2017.