Beaver Soccer hosted its summer Soccer Developmental Camp June 13-16 for boys and girls ages 7-14. The BSU coaching staff, led by 14-year head coach Jim Stone, creates, organizes and conducts the soccer sessions for the camp, which is designed to develop key soccer techniques including turning, passing, receiving and shooting
Marla Patrias has been named executive director of Bemidji State University’s BSU Alumni & Foundation. Patrias has been with BSU Alumni & Foundation for nearly two decades in a variety of roles, most recently as the organization’s chief administrative officer.
“Warrior Nation: A History of the Red Lake Ojibwe,” written by Bemidji State University professor Dr. Anton Treuer, has won an Award of Merit from the American Association of State and Local History.
High school students with a desire to learn about health care professions are at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College, June 14-17, for Scrubs Camp. Campers explore health care careers and educational pathways through hands-on, dynamic and fast-paced activities that include site visits to local health care facilities. Campers also have opportunities to network with faculty and health care professionals in the area.
Senior exhibit and graphic design students presented their final portfolios during the art and design program’s annual portfolio review, April 28, in Bridgeman Hall. During the review, student work is presented to peers, guests and faculty. A panel of reviewers made up of industry professionals also evaluates the work. Those professionals, representing more than 50 design-related companies from across the world, also spent the morning discussing design trends, design curriculum and the design industry as a whole.
Dr. M. James Bensen, president emeritus of Bemidji State University and a regionally renowned expert on visionary and innovative thinking, presented 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 countryApril 28 in the Thompson Recital Hall of Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex.
An award-winning lineup of authors from around the nation will read from their work at evening presentations during Bemidji State University’s Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference, beginning June 20.
Girls who will be starting grades 6-12 this fall can spend two weeks this summer learning computer coding skills at a free Girls Who Code camp at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College.
The spring/summer 2016 issue of Bemidji State University magazine reflects on the historic tenure of Dr. Richard A. Hanson, who retires in June after six years as the university’s president. The magazine also spotlights Dr. Faith Hensrud, who will succeed Hanson in July as BSU’s 11th president.
A pair of Bemidji State University students, Jacob Belina and Brent Hanson, have passed “Exam P,” a notoriously difficult probability test that will start the pair down a path to becoming certified associates of the Society of Actuaries.