The BSU Honors Program took members to the Upper Midwest Regional Honors Conference in April. The theme of this year’s conference was “Embracing Failure.”
In October 2018 Bemidji State University’s Dr. Kate Larson, associate professor of psychology, Dr. Kathryn Klement, assistant professor of psychology and Dr. Sue Rickers, associate professor and department chair of social work, launched the Post-It Project on campus.
Bemidji State University celebrated its centennial commencement ceremony and 100th graduating class May 10 at the Sanford Center.
Hundreds of students in Bemidji State’s Class of 2019 celebrated their status as college graduates with custom-decorated mortar boards. We couldn’t catch every one, but we were able to get photos of more than 50 of them. Congratulations, graduates!
Congratulations to the Bemidji State University Class of 2019 and a huge shout-out to all of the BSU grads from the last 100 years. Here’s to all of the late-night study sessions, the hours spent in the library, the walks along Lake Bemidji and the hard work you have committed to our campus community. You did […]
Senior and Junior-level exhibit and graphic design students presented their BSU portfolios during the Department of Technology, Art and Design program’s annual portfolio review on May 3.
Bemidji State University’s fifth annual TAD Talks featured “America’s Got Talent” juggler Charles Peachock, two-time world champion fancy dancer Larry Yazzie, live sculpture construction by local artist Albert Belleveau, and many other talented design experts.
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.
As commencement day approaches at Bemidji State University, over 300 graduating BSU seniors attended a special send-off event at the David Park House on May 1 from 5 – 7 p.m. immediately following graduation rehearsal, which was held in Hagg-Sauer Hall.
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.