BSU students have a unique opportunity to leave a permanent mark on Bemidji State University by submitting a word to be included in a mosaic to be installed in the new Hagg-Sauer Hall this summer by Minnesota artist Stacia Goodman.
This week’s featured guest on “What’s New, BSU?,” a live, weekly Zoom show for Bemidji State University employees, is Dr. Randy Ludeman, director of housing & residential life.
Bemidji State University will help high-need schools in northern Minnesota address a critical shortage of mathematics teachers by offering full, grant-funded scholarships to more than a dozen math education majors.
Bemidji State University and the Bemidji-based Region 2 Arts Council are collaborating to offer a virtual Native American flute workshop and concert, featuring renowned flute artists Jan Michael Looking Wolf.
The fourth episode of “What’s New, BSU?” a weekly, live Zoom show for Bemidji State University employees produced by BSU’s Office of Communications & Marketing. On this week’s episode, our featured guest is Angie Clark, BSU summer program director.
BSU is committed to creating a university culture in which diversity is embraced and all people are safe, welcome, and validated – as committed to in the Bemidji State University Strategic Plan. The #BeaverFamily campaign was created to welcome and introduce our new faculty and staff, along with highlighting current employees!
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Angie Kovarik, assistant professor of business administration, placed first in the Innovated Pedagogy Competition during the Small Business Institute’s 44th annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana on Feb. 27-29.
Are you a first generation student? Are you Pell Grant eligible? Are you underrepresented? Are you considering graduate school? Consider Bemidji State University’s McNair Scholars Program.
The third episode of “What’s New, BSU?” a weekly, live Zoom show for Bemidji State University employees produced by BSU’s Office of Communications & Marketing. This week’s featured guest is Student Senate President Matthew Sauser.
Every three years BSU’s Department of Technology, Art and Design coordinates the opportunity for students in the program to attend Euroshop, the world’s largest retail trade show, in Düsseldorf, Germany.