Work by six artists who have won McKnight Foundation Fellowships and Residencies is on display at Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery through April 29 as part of a touring fellowship exhibit.
Ashley Kiecker, a senior in Bemidji State University’s art and design program, has won the 2016 MG Exhibit Design Excellence Undergraduate Scholarship. Kiecker was selected based on projects included in a design portfolio as well as a brief written essay on the skills she believes are most important for being a successful designer.
Students at nearly a dozen Minnesota two-year colleges are eligible to pursue scholarships of up to $4,000 through Bemidji State University’s new Two-Year Transfer Scholarship program.
A Skype conversation with Jamie Holt, who produced the video for Lady Gaga’s Academy Award-nominated single “’Til It Happens To You,” headlines Bemidji State University’s 2016 Headwaters Film Festival, March 31-April 1.
Bemidji State University’s Professional Education Department and Alumni Foundation will induct Richard “Dick” Anderson ’68 ’75 ’87 of Solway, Daryle McCannell ’73 of Brandon, Manitoba and Jean (Fulton) Weyer ’81 of Menahga into the University’s Professional Education Hall of Fame at an April 8 dinner in their honor. The event will take place at 6 p.m. in the American Indian Resource Center on the BSU campus.
Three semifinalists under consideration to be president of Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College – Rodney Hanley, Faith Hensrud and Al Thompson – visited Bemidji March 21-23.
Dr. Richard A. Hanson, president of Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College, joined more than 80 higher education leaders in Boston on March 20 to celebrate the launch of the Campus Compact’s Campus Civic Action Plan.
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities has named three semifinalists who are under consideration to be president of Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College. The candidates are Rodney Hanley, Faith Hensrud, and Al Thompson.
Seventeen Bemidji-area employers will host more than two dozen Bemidji State University students for paid internships during the summer of 2017 as part of the university’s continuing internship partnership with the George W. Neilson Foundation.
Nine Bemidji State University students will present results of their undergraduate research during the third annual Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars presentation, “Posters in St. Paul,” at the Minnesota state capitol building.