Meet Mika Stone, a Niizhoo-gwayakochigewin — an Ojibwe phrase which translates to “two ways of making things right,” intern at Bemidji State University. Hear her experience of spending her summer at the Cass Lake Wildlife and Fishery.
Congratulations to the Bemidji State University Class of 2019 and a huge shout-out to all of the BSU grads from the last 100 years. Here’s to all of the late-night study sessions, the hours spent in the library, the walks along Lake Bemidji and the hard work you have committed to our campus community. You did […]
BSU Faculty located in Hagg-Sauer hall recall their favorite memories of their time in the building. Built in 1970, Hagg-Sauer hall is set to be replaced with an updated facility in the Fall of 2020.
Mirabel Tamukong came to Bemidji from Cameroon, West Africa to study hydrogeology in Bemidji State University’s environmental studies graduate program.
Colleen Deel, assistant professor of library & library services, will give the final lecture in the BSU Honors Council Lecture Series with her presentation entitled “Critically Understanding Our Relationship to the BSU Centennial.”
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.”