Bemidji State University has won a 2019 Circle of Excellence award for poster design from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
Dr. Dan Allosso, assistant professor of history, completed his Open Education Resources (OER) textbook entitled “American Environmental History” in participation with the Minnesota State OER Learning Circle.
Dr. Delana Smith, a citizen of the Red Lake Nation, former Miss Indian World and BSU alumna, has joined the Bemidji State University faculty as an associate professor of professional education. She hopes to be a role model for Native American students studying education and help all students gain a better understanding of Native American culture, history and heritage.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Shannon Norman, professor of human performance, sport and health, received the 3rd Annual Christine M. Imbra Innovative Leadership Award.
Bemidji State University’s Louise Mengelkoch, professor emerita of mass communications, is one of four finalists in the 27th Annual Great American Think-Off hosted by the Cultural Center of New York Mills, Minn. June 7-8.
Bemidji State University welcomes Dr. Allen Bedford as the associate vice president for academic affairs. In his role, Bedford’s primary responsibilities will include university-wide assessment of student learning outcomes, curriculum review, budgeting for Academic Affairs, faculty hiring and grant and contract review.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Jenna O’Dell, assistant professor of mathematics and computer science, and Dr. Todd Frauenholtz, professor of mathematics and computer science, accompanied students in presenting research at the Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics annual conference in Duluth, Minn. O’Dell, Frauenholtz and Kylie Higgins, a senior majoring in mathematics education from Park Rapids, […]
Dr. Andy Arsham, assistant professor of biology, traveled with seven undergraduate students from BSU and North Hennepin Community College to the Genetics Society of America’s annual Drosophila Research Conference, held in March in Dallas.
In conjunction with the second annual “Arts of the Earth” Festival, Bemidji State University and Red Lake Nation College partnered to hold the inaugural “Voices of the Earth” Festival.
Bemidji State University recognized 66 employees with 755 combined years of service, five faculty members who have been granted emeriti status, five retiring staff members and winners of the university’s Awards of Excellence at its annual Employee Recognition Celebration on May 2.