Bemidji State University’s Dr. Misty Wilkie, associate professor of nursing and director of the Niganawenimaanaanig – an Ojibwe word meaning “we take care of them” – program, was inducted into the Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing in Washington D.C. on Nov. 3.
The BSU Alumni & Foundation is offering the opportunity for families or loved ones to send their students finals week care packages as they study for their exams.
Bemidji State University’s Madrigal Dinners will open Nov. 30 and continue through Dec. 9 with six performances at Salolampi, the Finnish language village at Concordia Language Villages, located north of Bemidji.
Tickets remain for five of eight performances of Bemidji State University’s 50th Annual — and final — Madrigal Dinners. The dinners begin Nov. 30 and continue through Dec. 9.
Bemidji State University’s Department of Music will present their brass quintet concert at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 29.
Tickets for Bemidji State University’s 50th Annual Madrigal Dinners will be available for purchase on Oct. 22 both online and in the Madrigal Dinners ticket office in the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex.
Bemidji State University senior, William Owens, will host an art show in Bridgeman Hall’s Gallery X from Nov. 26-30.
Bemidji State University’s Department of Music held a Blue Ice Jazz Band performance on Nov. 16 in the main theater of Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex.
The International Student Organization at Bemidji State University hosted their annual “Festival of Lights” celebration Thursday, Nov. 15 at the American Indian Resource Center. The event featured cultural performances, food and music provided by international students at BSU.
Bemidji State University’s associate professor of nursing, Dr. Misty Wilkie, along with Bemidji State students, Chelsey Jourdain and Madeline Treuer, received awards for outstanding achievements in Native American education at the 34th Annual Minnesota Indian Education Association Conference held Nov. 14-16 in Hinkley, Minn.