Several Bemidji State University professors participated in the Watermark Art Center’s “ITALIA: Passeggiata”, a performance of original poetry, music and art held on Sept. 4.
Bemidji State University’s Student Center for Health and Counseling hosted a panel discussion to educate students and members of the Bemidji community about mental health issues reduce the social stigma around seeking help for mental health-related issues on Sept. 11.
Bemidji State University has received its highest ranking in the annual U.S. News and World Report America’s Best Colleges survey in the last six years.
Explore the comfort, convenience and privacy of on-campus living at University Heights, Bemidji State University’s newest residential building!
Bemidji State University’s Dr. Debbie Guelda, professor of biology, Dr. Donna Pawlowski, professor of communication studies, and Dr. Colleen Greer, professor of sociology, are members of the executive leadership for the university’s Community Engagement Council (CEC) and presented at the Minnesota Campus Compact Conference in May.
Bemidji State University’s Samantha Jones, assistant professor of geography, was featured in Science Direct’s Dendrochronologia, a peer-reviewed international journal that includes research related to archaeology, botany, climatology, ecology, forestry, geology and hydrology
Several Bemidji State University mathematics and computer science faculty members presented at the 15th International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project held in Maynooth, Ireland at Maynooth University Aug. 4 -9.
Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery will begin its 2019-20 exhibition calendar with the “linebyline” art exhibit featuring selected works from the Lillie M. Kleven collection.
Dr. Angela Fournier, professor of psychology at Bemidji State University, has been featured in several news publications and articles for her research and presentation at the American Psychological Association.
Bemidji State University’s Niizhoo-gwayakochigewin — an Ojibwe phrase which translates to “two ways of making things right” — program is offering a new area of study. Students can now pursue a major or minor in indigenous sustainability studies in the fall of 2019.