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  • Orr on irrigation and drinking water in Africa - AllAfrica.com
  • Malcolm D. E. Forbes to lead Center for Photochemical Sciences - Zoom News
  • Teen Mentors Program earns A&S Diversity Award - Zoom News
  • 'Beneath the Crawlspace' gateway to expertise for film students - Sentinel-Tribune
  • Q and A with Ken Pargament - Ladue News
  • Mills on the future of Toledo Express Airport - WTVG
  • Book Explores Succession of Ineffective Nigerian Leaders - Zoom News
  • Science shines light on algal bloom problems - Sandusky Register
  • BGSU actress wins national theater honor - Sentinel-Tribune
  • BGSU stages must-see 'Urinetown' - Sentinel-Tribune
  • Wallach on Indonesian buskers - The Age
  • Grad student explores circadian responses to chemo - The Scientist
  • Coates captures 2015 Novella Prize - Zoom News
  • Bullerjahn on EPA spending to fight toxic algae - WTOL
  • Rogers on critters found in ice - Associated Press
  • BGSU host electric guitar conference - The Blade
  • Magsamen-Conrad on Internet use in seniors - The Washington Post
  • Manning discusses rise in unmarried parents - KPCC
  • BGSU researchers helping to solve problem of algal blooms - WTOL
  • Pop culture conclave puts spotlight on electric guitar - Sentinel-Tribune
  • BGSU Faculty Receive Grants to Advance STEM Teaching - Zoom News
  • Faulkner on the big business of romance fiction - The Blade
  • More women picking 'live in' relationship over 'marriage' - Knoxville Times
  • BGSU to host Global Workshop investigating Toxic Algal Blooms - Zoom News
  • Ageless Love - The Blade
  • Algae seminar aims to expand global attention - The Blade
  • Guzzo to unravel complex roots of ‘unintended fertility’ - Zoom News