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.
Tickets remain for five of eight performances of Bemidji State University’s 50th Annual — and final — Madrigal Dinners. The dinners begin Nov. 30 and continue through Dec. 9.
In honor of Native American Heritage Month Dr. Misty Wilkie and Dr. Rae Villebrun speak on the importance of their Native American heritage and how it has shaped who they are today.
Dr. William Sea, assistant professor of environmental studies at Bemidji State University’s Center of Sustainability Studies, will continue the Honors Council Lecture Series with his research on “The Opportunities and Challenges of Being Interdisciplinary.” The lecture will be held on Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. in Hagg-Sauer 112 and is free and open to the public.
Dr. Thomas Dirth, assistant professor of psychology at Bemidji State University, will continue the Honors Council Lecture Series with his research on “Bridging Disability Studies and Psychological Science: A Research Agenda for 21st Century Disability Psychology.”
Dr. Debra Peterson, assistant to the president for a affirmative action & accreditation (interim), was awarded the 2017-2018 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Academic and Student Affairs Award for Distinguished Diversity Leadership, on Oct. 24. She was nominated by Dr. Jesse Grant, associate vice president for student life and success.
Daniel Guentchev, assistant professor of philosophy at Bemidji State University, will present his research on “John Dewey’s Critique of American Civilization and its Lessons for the 21st Century” on Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. in Hagg-Sauer 112. The Bemidji State University Honors Lecture Series provides BSU faculty with a forum to share their expertise and […]
Faculty and staff help pass flames representing the transfer of knowledge to Bemidji State University’s Class of 2022. The university’s traditional Convocation ceremony for new students was held Aug. 24 in the BSU Gymnasium.
Summer interns from Bemidji State University’s Niizhoo-gwayakochigewin program were among more than 50 community members who participated in a birchbark canoe build at Bemidji’s Rail River Folk School between July 14-22, 2018.
Clyde St. John and Amanda Coulter from Bemidji State University’s groundskeeping crew spent the early part of Summer 2018 rebuilding the plant beds in Deputy Hall’s entryway.