Bemidji State University’s A.C. Clark Library has been selected as one of only 104 libraries nationwide that will host a traveling exhibit exploring the concepts of health and illness amongst native peoples.
While theater and biology are not commonly associated with each other, Bemidji State University and North Hennepin Community College are exploring a unique marriage of the two disciplines to improve student learning in genetics.
Bemidji State University hosted more than 200 middle school science students from the Bemidji area for the 25th annual Share the Future in Science and Technology Conference on Dec. 12. Registration was free but limited to the first 250 students who registered.
Director of the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum Jim Moran facilitated a “Wooden Type Workshop” at Bemidji State University with Bemidji State’s School of Technology, Art and Design (TAD).
Bemidji State University marketing students held a mock trade show on Dec. 5 with local entrepreneurs and community members.
Bemidji State University chemistry professor Dr. Katie Peterson hosted a chemistry outreach event at Bemidji Middle School.
The Bemidji State University Department of Social Work and the College of Individual and Community Health (CICH) partnered with four local, regional and national support organizations to conduct a poverty simulation on Nov. 30.
Students and faculty in the Bemidji State University Department of English attended the 2018 Graduate Student Mini-Conference on Dec. 3.
Eight Bemidji State University NorthStar visiting scholars presented their research comparing social and national constructs between the United States and China during a poster symposium on Dec. 3.
Bemidji State University’s Madrigal Dinners will open Nov. 30 and continue through Dec. 9 with six performances at Salolampi, the Finnish language village at Concordia Language Villages, located north of Bemidji.