In the latest issue of Bemidji State University magazine, learn how we have taken a lead in environmental stewardship. Explore other features in this issue using the other circles on this page.
Student to Watch Caylin Coen, a senior psychology major, is on a mission to erase the stigma surrounding mental health.
For Jim Stone and his BSU soccer program, a 2017 season which featured an undefeated regular season and a program-first NCAA Tournament appearance was 16 years in the making.
After 30 years in law enforcement, John Bolduc ’86 now finds himself in the early days of his biggest job yet — superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol.
Alumna Ashley Charwood’s commitment to a more caring and equitable world earned her the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Catalytic Leader Award this past June.
Dr. Tom Beech, a political science professor at Bemidji State since 1999, is passionate about the role of faculty and staff in helping students succeed. He is funding a scholarship to be awarded next fall.
Leadership Series guest lecturer Jaylani Hussein, executive director of the Minnesota Council on American-Islamic Relations, speaks Feb. 22 on the common bonds all Minnesotans share.
Dr. Jason Sole presents an author talk on his book, “From Prison to Ph.D.: A Memoir of Hope, Resilience, and Second Chance” Feb. 20 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom.
Bemidji State University presents a series of events to celebrate the contributions of African-Americans to the fabric of America for Black History Month. Dr. Jesse Grant leads a full slate of events, which you can explore in the other circles.
Experience the Harlem Renaissance through the music of Langston Hughes in the Feb. 6 multimedia concert presentation of “Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz” by The Langston Hughes Project.