Dr. Ross Flom, a noted professor of psychology and neuroscience at Brigham Young University who specializes in cognitive development in infants, will visit Bemidji State University on Nov. 3 to deliver the university’s fourth fall Honors Council Lecture.
Tickets for Bemidji State University’s 48th Annual Madrigal Dinners are now on sale online and in the Madrigal Dinners ticket office on campus. Performances of this Yuletide tradition of northern Minnesota will be held Dec. 1-4 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom of Bemidji State’s upper Hobson Memorial Union.
Bemidji State University students who started their higher education journey at one of Minnesota’s tribal colleges before transferring to BSU spoke about their experiences as part of the American Indian Resource Center’s Tribal College Preview Day. BSU student participants included: Audrianna Goodwin, a senior with a triple major in political science, indigenous studies and Indian studies, […]
Bemidji State University’s online bachelors degree program in business administration has been recognized as one of the nation’s most-affordable online programs by Discover Business.
Bemidji State Biology students, under the direction of wildlife professor Dr. Brian Hiller, are conducting their fifth annual deer survey in Bemidji’s Ward 5 neighborhood. The student’s data is being used to support the city’s programs to manage its urban deer population.
Bemidji State University students who have yet to declare a major were invited to attend the university’s annual Major and Career Expo, held Oct. 26 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom. The fair gives students an opportunity to meet with department faculty, student clubs and organizations to explore opportunities for study and involvement on campus.
Research by Bemidji State University senior Haley Scheldorf is helping Minnesota’s K-12 students overcome mathematics anxiety. She spoke about her work in at the Minnesota Council of Mathematics’ annual spring conference, held in May in Duluth, Minn., with a presentation called “Guiding Principles on Reducing Math Anxiety.”
Dr. Larry Swain, assistant professor of English, will explore the influences seen in the writing of Anglo-Saxon monk and Old English author Ælfric of Eynsham as part of BSU’s fall Honors Council Lecture Series.
Dr. Richard A. Hanson, who served six years as president of Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College between 2010-2016, was granted president emeritus status by the Minnesota State Board of Trustees during its Oct. 19 meeting.
Bemidji-area children can visit Bemidji State University’s residence halls on Halloween for an early night of tricks and treats.