“Playing With Boundaries,” a collection of abstract oil paintings on paper by Bulgarian artist Mihail Lalov, opens Jan. 23 in Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery.
Bemidji State University, in collaboration with Bemidji’s The Mask and Rose Theater, is bringing Little Black Dress INK’s nationally sourced Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Festival to Bemidji Jan. 21. This nationwide event, held in conjunction with International Women’s Voices Day, features actors from BSU and the Bemidji community performing short plays and monologues written by women […]
President Hensrud discussed Bemidji State University’s 2018-2023 Strategic Plan, and the path it creates for the university’s future, in a commentary piece for the Bemidji Pioneer published Jan. 14.
Bill Blackwell, Jr., executive director of Bemidji State University’s American Indian Resource Center, will receive the State of Minnesota’s MLK Commitment to Service Award Jan. 15 at the 32nd Annual State of Minnesota Governor’s Council Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Celebration.
A Bemidji State University professor will explore the philosophy of servant-leadership and provide context using the 2005 film “Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith” to provide a depiction of servant-leadership as part of the university’s Honors Council Lecture Series.
Bemidji State University and the George W. Neilson Foundation are accepting applications from Bemidji-area employers for a summer program that offers financial incentives to businesses who hire BSU and Northwest Technical College students for paid internships.
The Argus Quartet, the graduate quartet in residence at the Juilliard School, will perform Jan. 20 at Bemidji State University as part of the Bemidji Concert Series.
Bemidji State University will celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday with a film screening, a day of service and an open house for its new Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion during a series of events on campus beginning Jan. 11.
Bemidji State University’s online bachelor’s degree program in criminal justice has been recognized as one of the nation’s best by the website College Choice
Bemidji State University’s Gillett Wellness Center is offering winter youth swimming lessons with the Red Cross Learn to Swim Program beginning Jan. 23. Lessons cost $60 per child for eight sessions, held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings each week. All lessons will be held at the Gillett Wellness Center Pool on the BSU campus. Lesson […]