A $187,500 grant from the George W. Neilson Foundation will continue Bemidji State University’s Neilson Foundation Internship Program through the summer of 2022.
Bemidji State University’s online bachelor’s degree program insocial work has been recognized as one of the nation’s best by the website College Choice.
For the first time in the 49-year history of Bemidji State University’s Madrigal Dinners, the show is moving off campus. This year’s performances are being held at Salolampi, the Finnish language camp at Bemidji’s Concordia Language Villages.
Boston Brass, a five-piece ensemble specializing in classical arrangements, jazz standards and original brass quintet repertoire, will perform Nov. 5 at Bemidji State University as part of the Bemidji Concert Series.
Bill Blackwell, Jr., executive director of Bemidji State University’s American Indian Resource Center, has received the Distinguished Diversity Leadership Award from the Minnesota State colleges and university’s Academic and Student Affairs division.
Students in Bemidji State University’s School of Technology, Art & Design are collaborating to design, build and, eventually, sell a “tiny house.”
Bemidji State University will recognize those who have served the United States of America in uniform as members of the armed forces with a series of events leading up to Veteran’s Day.
Bemidji State University has received a $1.61 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to continue its McNair Scholarship program, which helps prepare qualifying undergraduate students to pursue doctoral degrees, through the 2021-22 academic year.
In October, 13 participants in Bemidji State University’s McNair Scholars Program traveled to Schaumberg, Ill., for the 26th Annual National Ronald E. McNair Research Conference. Four of BSU’s scholars gave oral presentations at the conference and a fifth gave a poster presentation.
Bemidji State University’s Department of Music hosts an Oct. 29 concert by its Wind Ensemble.