Erika Bailey-Johnson, sustainability coordinator at Bemidji State University for the last eight years, has been named to the Midwest Energy News 40 under 40 list of emerging leaders highlighting their work to accelerate America’s transition to a clean energy economy, and also is featured in the Clean Energy Resource Teams’ Women in Energy series.
Dr. Paul Kivi, assistant professor of economics at Bemidji State University, will present a March 23 Honors Council Lecture which seeks to answer the question of whether BSU should de-invest in fossil fuels.
Beginning this fall, faculty at Bemidji State University will have increased flexibility to assign grades for their courses after university administration recently approved a proposal that allows for plus and minus options to be added to traditional letter grades.
Bemidji State University’s newly streamlined and highly affordable online Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is now accepting students for Fall 2016. An online MBA from Bemidji State will cost just $17,000 for all students, less than any comparable program, and financial aid is available for those who qualify.
The women’s studies gender studies program at Bemidji State University, in collaboration with the departments of English and music, are hosting a trio of free public panel conversations throughout March to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Eduardo Duran, a recognized expert in trauma-related psychological issues, will deliver the keynote address at Bemidji State University’s 17th annual Student Scholarship and Creative Achievement Conference on April 6.
Dr. Laurie Desiderato, professor of psychology at Bemidji State University, and Erika Bailey-Johnson, BSU sustainability coordinator, are sharing their research into BSU’s unique People and the Environment courses as part of the university’s Honors Council Lecture Series.
Hundreds of Bemidji State University students and other Ward 1 and Ward 3 Bemidji voters cast presidential nomination ballots for Democratic Farm Labor candidates on Tuesday, March 1, in the Crying Wolf Room of the university’s Lower Hobson Union, and many stayed to discuss candidates and issues. They joined voters for the DFL and Republican […]
The Kraus-Anderson Construction company sponsored an OSHA 30 hour construction safety workshop on the Bemidji State campus in Bridgeman Hall.
A new partnership between Bemidji State University’s Department of Professional Education and the AmeriCorps Promise Fellows program offers opportunities for teachers to earn college tuition grants of nearly $6,000 in exchange for qualifying AmeriCorps service.