Photographs by Bemidji State University’s Monika Lawrence, adjunct professor in the Department of Integrated Media, were recently on display at the MacRostie Art Center in Grand Rapids, Minn. The collection “Beyond Whiteness” showcases winter life in the Minnesota north woods.
Bemidji State University’s resilience planning team will continue the 2020-2021 Honors Program Lecture Series with a lecture that reflects on the significance of categorizing data and studying important relationships that impact community resilience.
An exhibition of abstract ceramic and print work from collections held by Bemidji State University opened Feb. 5 at the Harlow-Kleven gallery in Bemidji’s Watermark Art Center.
More than 20 years ago Bemidji State University alum Bryan Hammitt ’95 repurposed materials from the John S. Glas Fieldhouse to create a 120-by-65-foot ice rink at home. Since then, the Hammitt backyard rink has become a beloved staple throughout his small neighborhood.
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Debbie Guelda, professor of biology, will continue the 2020-2021 Honors Program Lecture Series with a lecture titled “Dam Nation” in which she will explore the ingenuity, engineering and consequences of dams around the world.
In partnership with the Minnesota Department of Health, Bemidji State University hosted a free COVID-19 saliva testing clinic for BSU and NTC students in the Gillett Wellness Center on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
At the close of the spring 2020 semester, Bemidji State University commissioned Minneapolis-based artist Stacia Goodman to install a tile mosaic on the entrance of the new Hagg-Sauer Hall.
On Sept. 29 Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College began distribution of laptops and educational technology materials to students awarded with the Governor’s Emergency Educational Relief grant funding. The nearly $500,000 grant was used to purchase and provide distance learning technology to students in need.
Bemidji State University’s American Indian Resource Center held the 13th annual Day of Welcome virtually on Aug. 26.
While Bemidji State’s annual move-in day was less energetic than usual, with a reduced on-campus population as part of the university’s COVID-19 response, staff and students enthusiastically helped new students settle into their rooms in Oak and Tamarack halls.