A Tiny House Dream Come True: Multi-year BSU Project Nears Completion

Bemidji State University has partnered with community investors on a multi-year project to design, build and, eventually, sell a “tiny house.” A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at Bemidji State on Earth Day 2019 to celebrate the nearly-completed project and the many students who were involved in its construction.

Minnesota State Extends Contract for Chancellor Malhotra

President Hensrud joined Chancellor Malhotra at his Oct. 5 Partnership Tour stop at Bemidji's Mayflower Building.

The Board of Trustees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities has voted unanimously to approve an extension of the employment agreement with Chancellor Devinder Malhotra for a period of two additional years beyond its current end date of July 31, 2021.

Dr. Eric Forsyth Published in International Sport and Leisure Journal

Dr. Eric Forsyth, professor of human performance, sport and health, at Bemidji State University, co-wrote a peer-reviewed article entitled “Parents and Interscholastic Sport: A Mix-Method Approach to Identify Salient Issues” that has been published in “Managing Sport and Leisure,” an international journal.

Nitaawichigewag Gikinoo’amaaganag, Congratulations!

Senior Andrea Goodwin was named Outstanding American Indian Student of the Year and 44 graduating Native American students were honored at Bemidji State University’s 39th Annual American Indian Students Recognition Banquet.

From Tragedy Grows Purpose, Serena Graves Finds Identity in Ojibwe Language

Serena Graves, a sophomore indigenous studies major at Bemidji State University, grew up on the Red Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota without ever learning how to speak Ojibwe. Today she spends her time studying the language of her ancestors and working at the Red Lake Immersion School where she speaks Ojibwe on a daily basis.