Two members of the Bemidji State University Fishing Team have qualified for the 2018 Bassmaster College Series National Championship.
Seventeen Bemidji-area employers will host more than two dozen Bemidji State University students for paid internships during the summer of 2018 as part of the university’s continuing partnership with the George W. Neilson Foundation.
A Bemidji State University psychology professor will explore factors leading to sexual violence as part of the university’s Honors Council Lecture Series.
Bemidji State University’s Bemidji Choir and Chamber Singers will begin their annual spring concert tour March 16 in Mankato, culminating with a March 20 home concert in Bemidji.
Forever inspired by its idyllic lakeshore setting in Minnesota’s north woods, Bemidji State University has taken a lead in environmental stewardship, education and advocacy for almost 50 years.
In recognition of March as Women’s History Month, Bemidji State University is hosting a series of events featuring presentations, panel conversations and activism activities to celebrate women’s contributions to history, culture and society.
The work of two Bemidji State researchers will be featured on a “Prairie Sportsman” episode airing March 31 on Lakeland Public Television.
Bemidji State University senior Kristin Knudson has received the 2018 EXHIBITOR Media Group Student Achievement Award.
Bemidji State University’s Student Center for Health and Counseling is sponsoring a March 6 training session covering aspects of the nation’s current opioid addiction epidemic.
Bemidji State University’s Department of Music will bring Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic opera, “The Pirates of Penzance,” to Bemidji audiences with a modern twist beginning March 2.
The two-act comedic opera show follows a young pirate apprentice named Fredrick who is about to get his freedom after 21 long years belonging to the pirates. Inevitably, he runs into some troubles along the way.