Bemidji State University business and accounting students are volunteering their time and services as a part of the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
The Office of the President at Bemidji State University congratulates 362 students who were recognized as members of the President’s Honor Roll at the conclusion of the Fall 2018 semester. This number reflects and 33-student increase from Spring 2018.
The Division of Academic Affairs at Bemidji State University announces that 797 students earned Dean’s List honors at the conclusion of the Fall 2018 semester.
Dr. Anna Carlson, assistant professor of environmental studies at Bemidji State University, and Dr. Jeff Ueland, associate professor of geography, continued the BSU Honors Council Lecture Series with their research on “Empowering Rural Communities: Estimating Solar Power Potential from LiDAR-Based Rooftop Estimates”
BSU’s A.C. Clark Library and Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will co-host a Black History Month book corner every Tuesday and Thursday throughout February.
Bemidji State University welcomes current and former BSU athletes, coaches and supporters to the Howe-Welle Women’s Athletics Golf Tournament at the Bemidji Town and Country Club on Friday, Aug. 23.
Chuck MacLean, assistant professor of criminal justice, spent part of February 2019 on location in Oak Ridge, Tenn., as a guest instructor for the University of Tennessee’s National Forensic Academy. The academy trains top law enforcement officers from across the United States in a 10-week residential program focusing on forensic practice and courtroom testimony.
On Feb. 7, BSU’s American Indian Resource Center hosted a panel discussion focused on Native American health topics from 4-5 p.m.
Bemidji State University will host Sexual Responsibility Week beginning Feb. 11.
Bemidji State University’s School of Technology, Art and Design (TAD) recently purchased a new Blaauw Kiln for the ceramics studio that has replaced the industry standard Bailey kiln.