Gitigaan Garden at Bemidji State Grows Community and Sustainable Horticulture

As a leader in Minnesota’s indigenous studies and Ojibwe language programs, and with a commitment to environmental stewardship, Bemidji State University remains firmly invested in its on-campus “Gitigaan,” or “garden” in Ojibwe.

Black Student Union social injustice demonstration sparks conversations around racism

Bemidji State University’s Black Student Union held a peaceful demonstration June 6 in recognition of the death of George Floyd and social injustice.

NorthStar Visiting Scholar & Guest Instructor Creates Virtual Art Exhibit

NorthStar Visiting Scholar Xiaoming “Sean“ Huang is hosting a virtual exhibit in Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery.

An Experience of a Lifetime for Bemidji State University Design Students

Every three years BSU’s Department of Technology, Art and Design coordinates the opportunity for students in the program to attend Euroshop, the world’s largest retail trade show, in Düsseldorf, Germany.

BSU Department of Music Presents “Cinderella” by Rodgers & Hammerstein

Set in the 1920’s and inspired by the historical drama “Downton Abbey,” the Bemidji State Department of Music’s production of the musical “Cinderella” was held in the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex from Feb. 28–March 1.

Talley Gallery to Showcase Nikolay Aleksiev’s Modern Illustration Paintings

From Feb. 25 – March 27, Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery will present the paintings of Nikolay Aleksiev, associate professor of books and printed graphics at the National Academy of Art in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Stage Fright & Oil Spills, BSU Professors Share Research at MinnState Day at the Capitol

Bemidji State University was well represented at the Minnesota State Day at the Capitol on Feb. 24 where Carl Isaacson, associate professor of environmental studies, Miriam Rios-Sanchez, assistant professor in the Center for Sustainability Studies and Dr. John Perlich, associate professor of communication studies were selected to showcase their research.

Four-Year Track Nursing Program Welcomes 60 New Students

Sixty students were officially welcomed into the Bemidji State University Four-Year Track Nursing Program during an induction ceremony on February 22. The student nurses had their name badges ceremonially affixed to their nursing polos by faculty and signed the Nightingale Pledge in front of family and friends in the Beaux Arts Ballroom.

Black History Month Panel: Recruiting & Retaining Black Professors

The Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the Bemidji State Black Student Union held a community wide discussion titled “Recruitment & Retention Strategies for Black Professors in Predominately White Institutions of Higher Education.”

BSU Students Assist Community Members With Tax Filing Through VITA Program

Bemidji State University business and accounting students are offering free federal and state tax preparation and eFiling as a part of the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.