BGSU forged ties with young African leaders
In conjunction with the Mandela-Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders Institute, 25 young leaders from all over sub-Saharan Africa lived and studied together over six intensive weeks at Bowling Green State University, led by institute directors Dr. V Jane Rosser, Dr. Christopher Frey and Distinguished Service Professor Kefa Otiso. Read More
BGSU alumna a top woman to watch in tech
Inc. Magazine names Tiffany Poeppelman ’08 a top 30 inspiring female Read More
Getting a head start on STEM
BGSU camp teaches middle-schoolers about engineering, manufacturing
Connecting your device on campus
Information Technology Services (ITS) has compiled a centralized services page to assist new students with connecting their media devices in campus residence halls. Students will find information on connecting mobile devices, computers, TVs, gaming consoles and more. CONNECT NOW
View and Order textbooks online!
Students can view and order textbooks online through Booklist for all of their registered classes at Bowling Green State University. BGSU students can choose online vendors with new and used options. They can even lend textbooks from the library via the OhioLINK Library Catalog. View your booklist now
BGSU named a Bridge Program partner for physics
Bowling Green State University’s physics program has been designated a Partner Institution in the American Physical Society Bridge Program, which has a goal to increase the number of underrepresented minorities earning doctoral degrees in physics over the next 10 years. Read More
BGSU Planetarium celebrates Aug. 21 solar eclipse
On Aug. 21, a solar eclipse will cross the United States from the West Coast to the East Coast — an event that hasn’t happened in 99 years. The BGSU Planetarium has several activities planned Aug. 21 to celebrate and acknowledge this rare occurrence. Read More
BGSU named most affordable college in Ohio
Bowling Green State University was recently placed on Business Insider’s list of the most affordable colleges in every state. The list is based on Chronicle of Higher Education tuition data and only includes colleges and universities ranked in the top 220 by U.S. News and World Report. Read More
BGSU alumni news legends retire in Cleveland
July 2017 was the end of an era at WEWS-TV, Channel 5 in Cleveland. News anchors Leon Bibb and Lee Jordan signed off for the very last time after a combined 52 years at the television news station. Read More
Aug 16, 2017 12:52 PM A Bridge to Bright Futures
The ACTION Summer Bridge program helps prepare aspiring math and science educators to be successful college students and even better teachers.
Aug 14, 2017 1:00 AM BGSU alumna a top woman to watch in tech
Inc. Magazine recently named Tiffany Poeppelman ’08 one of “30 Inspirational Women to Watch in Tech in 2017.” Poeppelman, who majored in psychology, is a senior sales performance consultant in sales readiness for LinkedIn, based in London after having served as an evaluation project manager at Google.
Aug 14, 2017 1:00 AM Getting a head start on STEM
Bowling Green State University helps guide children ages 11-14 through innovative STEM camp that recognizes the valuable role that manufacturing plays in building and maintaining the U.S. economy.
See Juicy J In concert on Sept. 3
The UAO will host Juicy J for a student concert Sunday, Sept. 3. The concert will take place in Lot N at the center of campus. Gates open at 3 p.m. Tickets are general admission and are $5 (max of two per student). Tickets can be purchased through Sept 2. Get Tickets
Celebrate Falcon Family Weekend Sept. 8-10
Falcon Family Weekend is an annual tradition on Bowling Green State University's campus. Our goal is to bring parents and families to the BGSU campus to reconnect with their students for a weekend packed with activities, games, and events suitable for the entire family-come see what it is like as a Falcon! Read More