Berg Explores Tribal, County & Municipal Relationships in Honors Lecture

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Bemidji State University’s Dr. Mitchell Berg, adjunct professor of political science, will continue the 2019-2020 Honors Program Lecture Series with a lecture titled “Promoting Tribal, County and Municipal Relations” in which he will detail his research on how to improve relationships using interpersonal connections and trust. The lecture will be held on Feb. 5 at 6 p.m. in Bridgeman Hall room 100 on campus.

In addition to his role at Bemidji State, Berg is the city administrator for the city of Mahnomen, Minn.



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