Students at Minnesota’s tribal colleges have unprecedented access to a four-year baccalaureate education through a historic collaboration with Bemidji State University.
Revisit Bemidji State University celebrated the achievements of 1,066 new college graduates at its 98th Commencement, held May 5 at Sanford Center.
The Minnesota State colleges and universities system office today announced that Kierstin Hoven, director of campus recreation at Bemidji State University, is the recipient of the Board of Trustees’ 2017 Professional Excellence in Service Award.
Three Bemidji State University vocal music students have won scholarships in the BSU Department of Music’s annual Don and Ione DeKrey Memorial Scholarship Competition.
The need for increased access to mental health peer support and awareness on campus has brought a group of 11 Bemidji State University students together to form a new Student Mental Health Advisory Board.
Dr. Michael Anderson, Bemidji State University’s provost and vice president for academic and student affairs, will examine the ongoing search for balance in interpretations of the U.S. Constitution to continue BSU’s spring Honors Council Lecture Series.
As part of a unique pilot program, six Red Lake Nation College students are using teleconferencing technology to bridge distances and join a Bemidji State University criminal justice course.
Most human beings can likely provide a basic definition of the concept of self-esteem. But what does it mean for a person to have low – or high – self-esteem? Dr. Chris Miller, assistant professor of psychology, will explore the nature and purpose of self esteem in a Feb. 27 lecture, “What is the Purpose of Self-Esteem?” to continue Bemidji State University’s spring Honors Council Lecture Series.
Recent work by six artists who have won McKnight Foundation Fellowships and Residencies are being featured at Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery through March 21.
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.