Bemidji State University’s Dr. Rucha Ambikar, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, has accepted the appointment as BSU’s Faculty Fellow for Inclusive Pedagogy and Curriculum.
Bemidji State University’s Sustainability Office has played a crucial role in maintaining a “green” campus both figuratively and literally. From recycling to sustainable landscaping, these campus leaders remain committed to ensuring a renewable and efficient campus community.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Gabriel Warren, assistant professor of business administration and motivational speaker, has relaunched his 2008 debut book “No Regrets!: Living Your Life to The Fullest” to help people cope with the pandemic.
Bemidji State University’s Department of Sociology professors presented at the American Sociological Association’s annual “Teaching and Learning Symposium” on Aug. 9.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Lukas Szrot, assistant professor of sociology, co-authored a chapter for the “Routledge Handbook of Sustainable and Regenerative Food Systems” with Paul Stock, associate professor of sociology and environmental studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence.
Dr. Faith Hensrud, president of Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College, officially kicked off Bemidji State’s 2020-21 academic year with a virtual President’s Welcome Breakfast.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Season Ellison, assistant professor of history, is directing a new play, “Now Maybe Sunbeam,” as part of a virtual fringe festival sponsored by the United Kingdom Edinburg Festival Fringe.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Eric Forsyth, professor of human performance, sport and health, recently co-authored multiple interscholastic athletic articles.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Robert Wilkinson, director of institutional research and effectiveness, currently serves on a number of national boards that advance the field. Most recently he elected to the board of directors for the Association for Higher Education Effectiveness.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Anton Treuer, professor of languages and indigenous studies, was recently listed as a contributor to the “Encyclopedia of American Indian History and Culture” published by National Geographic in 2019.