Dr. Michael Anderson, vice president for academic and student affairs, was joined on Lake Bemidji by Dr. Anna Carlson, assistant director of the BSU Sustainability Office, and other staff, students and alums to dedicate the university’s Fossil Fuel-Free Fish House at a Jan. 28 ceremony.
Boiler operators or students studying to become boiler operators who need to take Minnesota state certification exams can prepare at a boiler operator training course beginning March 6 at Northwest Technical College.
Jeremy Leffelman has been named executive director for 360 Manufacturing and Applied Engineering Center of Excellence. Leffelman will direct 360’s operations and activities, including developing programs and resources to support advanced manufacturers’ needs.
Bemidji State University alumnus Arnold Dahl-Wooley, a member of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, will discuss the history of the Two Spirit population in Native American society during a Jan 30 presentation at the university’s American Indian Resource Center.
OnlineU has ranked Bemidji State University’s online degree program among the 25 most affordable online colleges for bachelor’s degrees in the nation.
Bemidji State University’s Department of Music continues a 17-date Spring 2017 performance schedule on Jan. 27.
A Bemidji State University psychology professor will explore the unique relationship American Indians have with higher education and share results of his research into factors that can help or hinder an American Indian student’s success in college.
Simonson Design Studios, a building and architecture firm with offices in St. Paul, visited Bemidji State’s Construction Design and Materials course on Jan. 17 to demonstrate 3-D and augmented reality construction rendering technology.
On Jan. 20-21, Beaver Hockey celebrated a legend – former head coach R.H. “Bob” Peters. The 2016-17 men’s hockey season marks the 50th anniversary of Coach Peters’ inaugural season as Bemidji State head coach.
Professor Tom Lundquist of Santa Monica College shows his futuristic digital artwork prints “Sci-Fi Jumbo” in Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery, open now through Feb. 10.