Dr. Stephen Carlson, professor of music and chair of the music department at Bemidji State University, will perform a solo piano recital on March 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Thompson Recital Hall.
Dr. Donna Pawlowski, professor of communication studies at Bemidji State University recently had an article published in the Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal.
From Feb. 25 – March 27, Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery will present the paintings of Nikolay Aleksiev, associate professor of books and printed graphics at the National Academy of Art in Sofia, Bulgaria.
A few lucky wood ducks will have brand new homes this spring thanks to the work of the Bemidji State University Ducks Unlimited Chapter.
Bemidji State University was well represented at the Minnesota State Day at the Capitol on Feb. 24 where Carl Isaacson, associate professor of environmental studies, Miriam Rios-Sanchez, assistant professor in the Center for Sustainability Studies and Dr. John Perlich, associate professor of communication studies were selected to showcase their research.
Sherry Lawdermilt has been named chief information officer for both Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College.
Bemidji State University and the George W. Neilson Foundation are accepting applications from Bemidji-area employers for a summer program that offers financial incentives to businesses who hire Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College students for paid internships.
Originally from Shakopee, Minn., Markus Babris discovered his love for music and theater during his freshman year of high school. Now a junior double majoring in economics and mathematics at Bemidji State, Babriscan be seen performing as the Prince in the university’s upcoming production of “Cinderella” by Rodgers & Hammerstein from Feb. 28–March 1.
Sixty students were officially welcomed into the Bemidji State University Four-Year Track Nursing Program during an induction ceremony on February 22. The student nurses had their name badges ceremonially affixed to their nursing polos by faculty and signed the Nightingale Pledge in front of family and friends in the Beaux Arts Ballroom.
With the support of its students and campus advisers, the Black Student Union aims to bolster personal development by creating diverse, academic and social environments for the BSU community. In celebration of Black History Month, the club hosted a number of events to acknowledge the achievements and legacies of African Americans in the United States, past and present.