Honors Lecture Explores the Nature and Purpose of Self-Esteem in Human Beings

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.

Honors Council Lecture Explores How the World Views Americans

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.