In June 2019, Bemidji State University’s Office of Communications and Marketing won a Circle of Excellence award for a poster design from the Council of Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). This poster was illustrated by 2017 BSU alumna Hope Wall.
Bemidji State University students have the unique opportunity to learn in the great outdoors, surrounded by the thick woods, wildflowers, trails and lakes of the university’s 240-acre Hobson Memorial Forest.
Chrissy Koch has been named the new outreach specialist for the American Indian Resource Center at Bemidji State University. A 2002 graduate of BSU, Koch was part of the committee that advocated for the AIRC to be built in 2003.
Bemidji State University nursing students had the opportunity to travel to China in a new study abroad pilot-program during the month of May. This trip allowed students to gain knowledge, experience and perspective of other cultures in relation to health care and medical practices.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Misty Wilkie, associate professor of nursing and director of the Niganawenimaanaanig – an Ojibwe word meaning “we take care of them” – program, gave two presentations in New Zealand throughout June.
Bemidji State University’s Sustainability Office has partnered with the City of Bemidji, Sustainable Bemidji and Clean Energy Resource Teams to help plan the Bemidji Sustainability Committee’s 8th Annual Sustainable Places Tour on July 13.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Michael Lund, assistant professor of technology, art and design (TAD), was accepted as a fellow to attend the Micro Nanotechnology Education Special Interest Group (MNTeSIG) meeting and High Technology Exchange Conference (HI-TEC) in St. Louis, Missouri in late July.
Bemidji State University’s Niizhoo-gwayakochigewin, an Ojibwe phrase which translates to “two ways of making things right,” program invited BSU faculty, staff and administrators to attend a Native Studies Summer Workshop for Educators (NSSWE) in Red Lake, Minn. from June 17-21.