Bemidji State University is one of 17 Stage 1 winners of the Responsible Computer Science Challenge and will help computer science faculty incorporate lessons on the social and ethical impacts of technology into their courses.
For the 71st year, Bemidji State University students presented the Funtastic Dance Follies – the university’s second-longest annual tradition behind only Homecoming. The April 21-23 show featured a variety of students, BSU clubs/organizations and community members performing dance routines ranging from swing, line, Latin, ballroom, fad and folk dancing, and many others.
Bemidji State University’s fifth annual TAD Talks will feature “America’s Got Talent” juggler Charles Peachock, a performance by actor and two-time world champion fancy dancer Larry Yazzie, and a live sculpture construction by local artist Albert Belleveau.
Bemidji State University’s American Indian Resource Center welcomed elder Murphy Thomas to campus for an Elder in Residence program in mid-March. The program helps students create or strengthen their connections to Native American culture. Elders work with students in fostering cultural, academic, social and spiritual support. “Bringing an elder to campus helps to strengthen American […]
Colleen Deel, assistant professor of library & library services, presented the final lecture in the BSU Honors Council Lecture Series with her presentation entitled “Critically Understanding Our Relationship to the BSU Centennial.” To commemorate BSU’s centennial year, Deel turned to the university’s archives and created a narrative of our past.
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.