BGSU Success Stories: Class of 2017
Army veteran destined for leadership in fire service
Charles Swank, a full-time firefighter near Dublin, Ohio, a devoted husband, and father of five enrolled in BGSU's Fire Administration program to put himself in the best position to be promoted in the career in which he is destined to succeed. Read More
Falcons in the crowd: Helicia Paredes
Hear from student Helicia Paredes about what she likes most about
BGSU, what she's involved in and more.
Globetrotting from Guam
Master sergeant in Air Force earns bachelor’s degree from BGSU Read More
Mike 'Doc' Emrick '76 wins fifth Emmy
Mike "Doc" Emrick, who earned his doctoral degree from BGSU in Radio-TV Film in 1976 and leads NBC Sports' NHL broadcast team, won his fourth consecutive Emmy Award and fifth in seven years in May 2017 for Outstanding Sports Personality-Play by Play. Emrick returned to the University in February to help celebrate the Ice Arena's 50th anniversary and shared some of his experiences in this interview.
BGSU alumnus Robin Yocum finalist for Edgar Allen Poe Award
Robin Yocum '78 was a recent finalist for the 2017 Edgar Allen Poe Awards, presented by the Mystery Writers of America. Yocum, a journalism major at BGSU, was in the running for Best Paperback Original for his novel "A Brilliant Death." Read More
Bowling Green welcomed its newest falcons to town April 22 and 23, 2017. Two of the four Peregrine Falcon eggs hatched April 22 in the clock tower of the Wood County Courthouse. The first view of a hatched egg was around 8 p.m. on the Falcon Cam, which is provided by a partnership between the Wood County Commissioners and Bowling Green State University. Watch Live
May 25, 2017 9:50 AM BGSU alumnus Robin Yocum finalist for Edgar Allen Poe Award
Robin Yocum '78 was a recent finalist for the 2017 Edgar Allen Poe Awards, presented by the Mystery Writers of America. Yocum, a journalism major at BGSU, was in the running for Best Paperback Original for his novel "A Brilliant Death."
May 24, 2017 4:13 PM Ash takes initiative to meet student needs
Bethany Ash, research program manager for COSMOS, was recognized for her many contributions with the 2017 Rookie of the Year Award at the Administrative Staff spring reception. Since joining the University in 2016, she has taken the initiative to improve services and funding for students in the program.
May 24, 2017 4:12 PM Jackson embodies ideals expressed in Ferrari Award
The criteria for the Administrative Staff’s annual Dr. Michael R. Ferrari Award include innovation and initiative, high performance and building relationships with the University community. Jeffery Jackson, the 2017 winner, exhibits all those and more. Jackson is assistant vice president for student career success and director of the Career Center.