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.
On a chilly April day, more than 70 students, faculty, staff and community members gathered outside Hagg-Sauer Hall to remember, honor and retire the nearly 50-year-old building. Built in 1970, Hagg-Sauer is set to be replaced with an updated facility in the Fall of 2020.
BSU Faculty located in Hagg-Sauer hall recall their favorite memories of their time in the building. Built in 1970, Hagg-Sauer hall is set to be replaced with an updated facility in the Fall of 2020.
For the 71st year, Bemidji State University students presented the Funtastic Dance Follies – the university’s second-longest annual tradition behind only Homecoming. The April 21-23 show featured a variety of students, BSU clubs/organizations and community members performing dance routines ranging from swing, line, Latin, ballroom, fad and folk dancing, and many others.
Mirabel Tamukong came to Bemidji from Cameroon, West Africa to study hydrogeology in Bemidji State University’s environmental studies graduate program.
The Hobson Memorial Union hosted its 2019 Leadership Celebration to recognize outstanding student leaders, organizations, programs and advisors on April 24.
Bemidji State University marketing students taught by Dr. Angie Kovarik, assistant professor of business administration, held a mock trade show at Bemidji’s downtown LaunchPad facility on April 24.
Colleen Deel, assistant professor of library & library services, presented the final lecture in the BSU Honors Council Lecture Series with her presentation entitled “Critically Understanding Our Relationship to the BSU Centennial.” To commemorate BSU’s centennial year, Deel turned to the university’s archives and created a narrative of our past.