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Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017

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  1. Women's Basketball to host Kids Day Game today!
  2. AMA Study Break
  3. Intro Biology Poster Symposium 7 p.m. Union Ballroom
  4. EUCHRE and 2K Tournament/Game Night!
  5. NO FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS THIS FRIDAY!
  6. Win The Fight Gala: for American Cancer Society
  7. BGSA STEM Toy Drive for Toys for Tots

Students

  1. Apply to be an SLA/OMAA!
  2. Korean Culture Club's End of the year party!
  3. Getting over holiday stress
  4. Stand out and grow as a leader with LIR!
  5. Graduate Students: Regalia Awards
  6. Come to Washington, D.C. for Spring Break!

Faculty/Staff

  1. NCFDD Every Semester Needs a Plan Webinar
  2. Faculty Friday Workshop
  3. Are you an emotional eater & want to lose weight?
Campus Update Archive

1. Women's Basketball to host Kids Day Game today!

The BGSU Women's Basketball team will host a Kids Day game on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m. when they host the Xavier Musketeers.

Don't miss this one-of-a-kind, education-focused game!

BGSU Students may claim their free season ticket by visiting bgsufalcons.com/studenttickets and can receive free parking by clicking on this link. Also, students can avoid the lines and enter from the student entrance at the northwest corner of the Stroh Center! The cash prize in the student 50-50-50 is $150. Today’s game is also a Ziggy Points event!

Tickets may be purchased by calling 419-372-0000, online at bgsufalcons.com or in person at the Stroh Center Ticket Office.

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2. AMA Study Break

Need a study break?

Join AMA for a relaxing end of the year meeting. We will have a fun marketing/ branding game to test your knowledge. Also registered AMA members will be receiving there AMA shirts and water bottles. We will also be giving the awards out to AMA top members. Food will be provided and don't forget to bring a friend.

When: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6 @ 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: 221 OLSCAMP HALL

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3. Intro Biology Poster Symposium 7 p.m. Union Ballroom

Do you enjoy biology? Stop by the Union Ballroom Wednesday evening to see semester research projects by Biology 2040 students.

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4. EUCHRE and 2K Tournament/Game Night!

Global Medical Brigades (GMB) invites you to join us in our EUCHRE and 2k tournament Thursday @ 7:30 in 314 Student Union! $10 per team for Euchre and $5 per person in the 2k tournament.

**Prices include Chipotle gift cards and more! FREE PIZZA will be provided. If you wish to join and not participate in the tournaments, we only ask for small donation at the door.

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5. NO FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS THIS FRIDAY!

This is a reminder that Friday Night Lights will NOT be meeting this Friday, December 8. Thank you to all of the volunteers that have helped make FNL a success this semester!

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6. Win The Fight Gala: for American Cancer Society

Win the Fight Gala is an event put on by students from the TLEP Program here at BGSU. All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Please join us for food provided by local Bowling Green restaurants, a guest performance, a speaker, and more! To pre-register, please click on this link.

Tickets will also be available at the door. Cocktail attire is upon request.

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7. BGSA STEM Toy Drive for Toys for Tots

Biology Graduate Student Association is hosting a STEM Toy Drive to donate to Toys for Tots and would appreciate your donations! Any new, unwrapped toy donations for children in the 0-12 age range can be placed in the Toys for Tots bin located in the Biology Department main office, Life Sciences room 217 now through December 11. STEM related toy donations are encouraged but other toy donations are welcomed.

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1. Apply to be an SLA/OMAA!

Apply to be a Student Leadership Assistant (SLA) or Office of Multicultural Affairs Ambassador (OMAA)!

Do you have a passion for leadership,diversity and inclusion, and/or education?

Then do we have the job for you!

These paraprofessional positions give you the opportunity to facilitate sessions to educate the community on topics of leadership, diversity, inclusion, and identity.

The application can be found here and closes on January 21!

For more information on the positions, see this link and this link.

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2. Korean Culture Club's End of the year party!

Come de-stress with Korean Culture Club! We've had an amazing semester with all of you and we hope you did too. Let's have one last hurrah for Fall 2017 with this end of semester get-together!

WHEN: WEDNESDAY, Dec. 6
WHERE: 1011 BA
TIME: 8 P.M.

There will be pizza, snacks, Karaoke/Norae Bang and Yut Nori! We hope you all can find time in your busy schedules to come and hang out with us!

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3. Getting over holiday stress

The holidays can be a stressful time. Join NAMI tonight while we talk about coping with this stress! We will be meeting in Hanna Hall room 107 tonight at 8pm! Feel free to bring markers or crayons as we will be making holiday cards for the psychiatric ward while we talk!

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4. Stand out and grow as a leader with LIR!

Do you want to stand out? Are you looking for an opportunity to grow as a leader? Register for Leaders in Residence (LIR), a seven-week, 90-minute, free workshop series for on-campus students who aspire to develop their leadership skills. LIR offers a forum for students to become involved, meet established leaders, recognize their leadership potential, connect with other aspiring student leaders and have fun while enhancing personal leadership abilities. Students get access to all of this without a large out-of-classroom commitment, since there is no homework or tests associated with the program. Multiple workshop times are available to fit your schedule. Sessions run Jan. 15 – Mar. 1. Follow this link to register by December 13.

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5. Graduate Students: Regalia Awards

Applications are open for Spring 2018 Commencement Regalia Awards. Anyone graduating in May is eligible to apply for the award to cover the cost of purchasing the Master's Regalia or renting the Doctoral Regalia. Applications are due January 27. Apply here.

Please contact gss@bgsu.edu with any questions.

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6. Come to Washington, D.C. for Spring Break!

The BGSU Career Center is accepting applications for the Career and Networking Spring Break 2018 Trip to Washington, D.C. You will have the opportunity to visit employers, network with local alumni, and experience Washington, D.C.!

We have limited seats for this trip! Applications for the trip are due by January 29, 2018!

The trip is open to undergraduate and graduate students with any major.

To learn more about the trip and how to apply, please click here.

You may contact the Career Center at 419-372-2356 or careerservices@bgsu.edu with any questions.

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1. NCFDD Every Semester Needs a Plan Webinar

We offer this planning webinar at the beginning of each semester so that you can take time out of our schedule to identify your personal and professional goals, create a strategic plan to accomplish them, and identify the types of community, support, and accountability you need to make this your most productive and balanced semester ever!

Location: 410 Kuhlin Center

To register for this session, visit the NCFDD Webinars page.

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2. Faculty Friday Workshop

The Center for Faculty Excellence and the University Libraries are hosting a series of Faculty Friday Workshops this semester. These open style workshops require no appointment. Simply stop by the Jerome Library room 142 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. on December 8 to have your Canvas and Canvas Commons questions answered.

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3. Are you an emotional eater & want to lose weight?

The Live FREE program is a weight loss program for overweight and obese adults (22-65) who are emotional eaters. The program offers cutting edge weight loss treatment, provided at no-cost, by a licensed clinical psychologist. The group-based program will meet in the Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Psychology building for 16, 2-hour, weekly sessions starting in January on Wednesdays from 5-7 p.m.

Live FREE is unique because, unlike most weight loss programs, there is a major focus on learning healthy strategies for managing emotions.

If you are interested, please contact the study coordinator, Emily Ferrell, to learn more about the program (email: freeatbg@gmail.com or phone: 419-372-9426).

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