Bemidji State University’s online business administration program has been ranked among the top 10 in the country by the website Degree Query. Bemidji State’s program came in ninth on Degree Query’s “Top 10 Affordable Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs in Business Administration” list.
Dr. Janice Haworth, associate professor of music at Bemidji State University, will present a April 21 Honors Council Lecture which will discuss the cultural and historical significance of Yankadi rhythms to the Susu people of Guinea. Her presentation, “A Contextual Analysis of Yankadi: A Traditional Rhythm from Guinea (West Africa)”, begins at 7 p.m. in Hagg-Sauer Hall 112. BSU’s Honor Council lectures are open to everyone free of charge.
Theron Granbois was named student of the year to highlight Bemidji State University’s 36th annual American Indian Students Awards Recognition Banquet, held April 14 at BSU’s American Indian Resource Center.
Dr. M. James Bensen, president emeritus of Bemidji State University and a regionally renowned expert on visionary and innovative thinking, will present the keynote presentation at Bemidji State’s second annual TAD Talks, a series of presentations in the university’s Department of Technology, Art and Design featuring business and industry leaders from across the country.
The 47th Annual Festival of Nations continued its legacy as the longest running multicultural festival at Bemidji State University on April 13.
Brittany Hull, Bemidji State University student senate president, won this year’s Presidents’ Student Leadership Award from BSU at the 2016 Minnesota Campus Compact summit Apr. 7 at Macalester College.
Dr. Lee McBride, associate professor of philosophy at the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, will present the first lecture in Bemidji State University’s new Leadership Studies Lecture Series on Apr. 25.
Bemidji State University celebrated campus multiculturalism at its 47th Annual Festival of Nations on Apr. 13 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom.
Dr. Darby and Geri Nelson, philanthropists from Champlin, Minn., will be the recipients of Bemidji State University’s 34th Distinguished Minnesotan award.
Dr. Richard A. Hanson, president of Bemidji State University, will present an April 12 Honors Council Lecture that reflects on the truths of working in higher education. His presentation, “The Passionate Sense of Potential: Reflections on the Journey”, begins at 7 p.m. in Hagg-Sauer Hall 112.