Bemidji State University alumnus Brent Glass will receive Students United’s 2016 Andrea Ruesch Outstanding Alumni Award during the organization’s November Delegates Luncheon on Nov. 12 in Minneapolis.
Bemidji State University’s online programs have been named third-best in the state of Minnesota, based on factors including availability, degrees offered, cost and passing rate, by Affordable Colleges Online.
Great Business Schools Online and Discover Business have each ranked Bemidji State University’s online accountancy program as one of the best value programs in the country.
“It’s On Us,” a student-lead project at Bemidji State University to increase awareness of sexual violence and advocate for prevention, is hosting a panel conversation on Nov. 9, leading into a full “Week of Action” slate of activities from Nov. 14-18.
Miriam Webber, assistant professor of music at Bemidji State University, will explore the use of a compositional practice known as “serialism” that was used by early 20th-century composers, and how serialsm’s strict rules impacted the work of Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, at a Nov. 14 presentation.
Under a new transfer agreement, signed on Nov. 4 between Bemidji State University and Mitchell Hamline School of Law, BSU students can complete their undergraduate and law degrees in a total of six years, rather than the traditional seven.
A collaboration between artists from Japan and the United States to reflect on catastrophic events that have taken place in both nations will be featured in Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery, beginning on Nov. 3.