Bemidji State University students along with Maureen Gibbon, professor of English and faculty advisor, created “Paper Plains,” a literary publication featuring written work by students and sponsored by the English department.
Bemidji State University’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Chapter won the SuperiorMerit Award for its excellence in providing superior growth and development opportunities to its student members.
An award-winning lineup of authors from around the nation read their work at evening presentations during Bemidji State University’s annual Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference (MNWC) that began on June 17.
Dr. Dan Allosso, assistant professor of history, completed his Open Education Resources (OER) textbook entitled “American Environmental History” in participation with the Minnesota State OER Learning Circle.
Bemidji State’s Department of Professional Education hosted a free special education conference for local and regional educators, parents and related service professionals. The conference was open to the public and held in Memorial Hall on June 12.
Bemidji State University is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant to host the NEA Big Read. An initiative of the NEA in partnership with Arts Midwest, the Big Read project aims to broaden understanding of our world and our communities through the joy of sharing a good book.
Bemidji State University, along with six other universities and 30 colleges in the Minnesota State System, will be part of the first-ever Minnesota State Week from June 24-28. Students who visit campus will be eligible to submit an application for free. Campus tours can be scheduled at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m. each day. There […]