An award-winning lineup of authors from around the nation will read from their work at evening presentations during Bemidji State University’s annual Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference (MNWC), beginning June 17.
Bemidji State University’s Louise Mengelkoch, professor emerita of mass communications, is one of four finalists in the 27th Annual Great American Think-Off hosted by the Cultural Center of New York Mills, Minn. June 7-8.
Bemidji State University welcomes Dr. Allen Bedford as the associate vice president for academic affairs. In his role, Bedford’s primary responsibilities will include university-wide assessment of student learning outcomes, curriculum review, budgeting for Academic Affairs, faculty hiring and grant and contract review.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Jenna O’Dell, assistant professor of mathematics and computer science, and Dr. Todd Frauenholtz, professor of mathematics and computer science, accompanied students in presenting research at the Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics annual conference in Duluth, Minn. O’Dell, Frauenholtz and Kylie Higgins, a senior majoring in mathematics education from Park Rapids, […]
Students who took a class with Natalia Himmirska, professor of visual arts, created artwork that is now displayed in Memorial Hall.
The BSU Honors Program took members to the Upper Midwest Regional Honors Conference in April. The theme of this year’s conference was “Embracing Failure.”
In October 2018 Bemidji State University’s Dr. Kate Larson, associate professor of psychology, Dr. Kathryn Klement, assistant professor of psychology and Dr. Sue Rickers, associate professor and department chair of social work, launched the Post-It Project on campus.
Dr. Andy Arsham, assistant professor of biology, traveled with seven undergraduate students from BSU and North Hennepin Community College to the Genetics Society of America’s annual Drosophila Research Conference, held in March in Dallas.
Bemidji State University and its degree programs have recently received a variety of awards for quality and affordability from several websites specializing in college rankings.
It’s tradition — graduates by the hundreds made their way to the famed Alumni Arch in front of Deputy Hall to gather photos with friends and family. We managed to capture some of those memories for ourselves as well.