Recent work by six artists who have won McKnight Foundation Fellowships and Residencies will be featured at Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery beginning Feb. 22.
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.
On Jan. 20-21, Beaver Hockey celebrated a legend – former head coach R.H. “Bob” Peters. The 2016-17 men’s hockey season marks the 50th anniversary of Coach Peters’ inaugural season as Bemidji State head coach.
How does the rest of the world perceive the United States? Dr. Rucha Ambikar, assistant professor of sociology at Bemidji State University, will explore the various lenses through which the world views the United States to open the university’s spring Honors Council Lecture Series on Jan. 19.
Hannah Sernett, a senior art and design major at Bemidji State University, has won a competition to design the booth used by the Exhibit Designers and Producers Association at EuroShop 2017.
Bemidji State University President Faith C. Hensrud, Provost Dr. Michael Anderson, Dr. Virgil Bakken, chair of Bemidji State’s newly renamed Department of Integrated Media, and others unveiled the university’s new Student Media Center at a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Deputy Hall.
“Warrior Nation: A History of the Red Lake Ojibwe,” written by Bemidji State University Professor of Ojibwe Dr. Anton Treuer, has won the Denver Public Library’s Caroline Bancroft History Prize.
Bemidji State University’s 48th Annual Madrigal Dinners, a northern Minnesota Yuletide tradition, begin Dec. 1 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom of upper Hobson Memorial Union.
Miriam Webber, assistant professor of music at Bemidji State University, will explore the use of a compositional practice known as “serialism” that was used by early 20th-century composers, and how serialsm’s strict rules impacted the work of Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, at a Nov. 14 presentation.
Under a new transfer agreement, signed on Nov. 4 between Bemidji State University and Mitchell Hamline School of Law, BSU students can complete their undergraduate and law degrees in a total of six years, rather than the traditional seven.