Friday, Feb. 9, 2018
The Falcon Men's Basketball team will host the Eastern Michigan Eagles on Saturday, February 10, at 4 p.m. in the Stroh Center.
It is our Pink Game, as well as Military Appreciation Day! Current service members and veterans receive free admission, and their friends and family are invited to purchase discounted tickets.
The first 200 fans there will receive a pink t-shirt courtesy of the Men's Basketball team!
BGSU students: This game is a $5,000 Fraternity and Sorority Life Challenge event. The cash giveaway is up to $350; if you're sitting in the orange bleachers and your name is called, you could go home with the cash! Click on this link for your free parking pass.
Purchase your tickets online at bgsufalcons.com, in person at the Stroh Center Ticket Office or over the phone at 877-BGSU-TICKET.
BAD GENETICS PRESENTS: 3, 2, 1...NAVY
Your local long form improv team Bad Genetics is BACK with another FREE improv comedy show! Long form? That's a form of improv that is best described as a play without a script. Us performers are making the script up in our heads as we go along. Hilarious antics always ensue. SO come on down to the Union room 208 tonight at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) for the perfect FREE way to kick off your weekend! We'll see you there!
Follow us on Twitter @badgeneticsimpr for more details, or like us on Facebook!
Join The Latino Student Union and the University Activities Organization in our event, Fuego Friday TONIGHT at 10 p.m. There will be FREE food, music, and painting! Come out and meet the members of both organizations and have a fantastic time on the cold, wintry night! We hope to see you all there!!
If you want a spot to paint make sure you sign up using this link, there is limited space!
Any questions? Contact email@example.com.
Come out to this community-wide event today through Sunday. The event features live music, snacks, craft beer and wine at the Frozen Swamp Tent, ice carving demos and an ice garden, a Winter Market, carriage rides, a Chocolate Crawl benefitting the United Way and so much more!
Click here for the full schedule of this weekend's events, or download the app!
More information can be found:
Animarathon XVI is this weekend at the BGSU Student Union! Join BGSU's Student Run Anime Convention for a weekend of fun!
Animarathon is a family-friendly celebration of anime, Japanese media and art culture. Tickets are $7 for BGSU students and $10 for general admission. The convention will begin at 9 a.m. Feb. 10 and close at 8 p.m. on Feb. 11.
We firmly believe that Bowling Green State University Students deserve to eat daily.
The Sidney A. Ribeau's, President's Leadership Academy is teaming up with PUSH (President's United to Solve Hunger) to help support students experiencing food insecurity on our campus.
Bring $5 to St. Thomas More University Parrish this Saturday from 5-8 p.m. All proceeds will be going to PUSH which helps students directly by giving them food! In return, you can enjoy a beautiful evening and a delicious SPAGHETTI DINNER!
Purchase pre-sale tickets at the Office of the Dean of Students, 301 Bowen-Thompson Student Union.
See you there!
On Monday, February 12, the American Library Association will be hosting the annual Youth Media Awards, honoring the best of children's literature. The Curriculum Resource Center on the second floor of Jerome Library will be live-streaming the broadcast in Room 210B. Join us at 10:00 a.m. to see which books win, among other awards, the coveted Caldecott and Newbery Medals!
Join Elem3nt Dance Team for another exciting dance class! Learn a Valentine's Day themed dance and then get a chance to make your own choreography. ALL SKILL LEVELS WELCOME from beginner to advanced and HEELS ARE OPTIONAL.
When: Monday, Feb. 12; 7:30-9 p.m.
Where: Student Recreation Center, Glass Multipurpose Room
Cost: Donation required for entry! (Cash app, Venmo, and PayPal is available)
We will also be raffling off Valentine's Day Baskets at BTSU Tables all week.
Questions? Contact us!
This semester all are invited to join in a monthly jam session full of old time music: fiddle tunes, banjo picking, and maybe even some dancing. All instruments and voices are welcome.
The sessions are open (this is not part of a class). Our next meeting is at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 13 in room 2002 of the Moore Musical Arts building.
This group is for those who play--or those who want to play--old time music. Old time music is made to be casual, accessible, and a good time. The tunes are short and (usually) straightforward, with plenty of opportunity for "fiddling around" with the melodies. There's no expectation of previous experience.
If you have questions or would like to know what tunes we will play through, contact Dr. Christopher Witulski (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Do you like participating in winter activities and spending time playing in the snow then you should come try tobogganing with the BGSU Outdoor Program at Pokagon State Park in Indiana on Saturday February 17. Registration deadline is Monday, February 12. Costs are $35 for students, $40 for Faculty/ Staff and $45 for community members. For more information click here. So come one out and get a chance to experience what the beautiful season of winter has to offer.
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Department of Recreation and Wellness
Division of Student Affairs
Each year on Presidents' Day, BGSU invites prospective students and their families to explore our campus and learn about the opportunities we provide. Thousands of guests are expected this year and the Office of Admissions is looking for volunteers to assist in various capacities around campus. Duties would include directing families to specific locations and answering questions they may have about BGSU. Signing up is easy and training will be provided. If you are interested in helping, please visit this link for the sign-up form. If you have any questions, please contact Cerita Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org or Drew Small at email@example.com /419-372-1815. We look forward to working with you on Monday, February 19.
Recyclemania started this past Monday and BGSU is ready to compete! Do you wish to participate but are unsure about what can or cannot be recycled? Look around campus for our new signs that tell you everything you need to know about what can be recycled and what belongs in the landfill. Even a small amount of contamination, or items that cannot be recycled, can ruin an entire load of recycling. Items like paper towels, food waste, plastic utensils and styrofoam are examples of contamination and cannot be recycled. Plastic bags can be recycled, but they must be placed in the specified bins which can be found in the Student Union or Falcon Heights. Be sure to stay updated on the resident hall recycling competition through Campus Updates and social media posts from the Office of Campus Sustainability.
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: @GreenBGSU
Visit our website.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO "MARCH 5!"
Office of Multicultural Affairs encourages you to apply for the 2018 Manny Vadillo Scholarship. The scholarship winner will be announced at the 2018 Latino/a/x Issues Conference on March 21 during the lucheon.
For additional information, please contact Yolanda Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still need to get a gift for your Valentine? WBGU 88.1 FM has got you covered!
Cupid Grams on currently on sale until Monday at midnight! Grams start at just $5 with different upgrades available, including a improvised song by The Plastic Shatners.
Order forms can be found on Orgsync.
Start your Friday night off right by volunteering at Friday Night Lights! This sustainability intuitive allows students to earn service credit by turning off lights in buildings across campus! Last semester, our volunteers helped save 1698.9 kW produced by non-renewable energy; saving BGSU $6,523.00!
FNL TONIGHT February 9, @ 6:30 p.m., meet outside the BTSU room 206.
Have questions? Contact the Office of Campus Sustainability at email@example.com or visit our website for more information.
Are you looking to grow in your relationship with God but don’t know where to start? Did you grow up in a church or with a faith but are looking to grow closer to God? No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, the women of Disciples on Campus wants to invite you to our first ever ALL WOMEN’S bible discussion on topics such as peace, social media, priorities, seeking God, relationships and more!
Our goal is to create a safe space for women so that they can fearlessly be themselves while learning about and growing closer to God. Interested? Check it out every other Saturday beginning February 10-April 21 at 11 a.m. in B.A. 103!
Questions? Email Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free 6 on 6 Volleyball Tournament tomorrow night at 6:00 p.m. in Perry Field-house! Bring your own team or come as a free agent and we will put you on a team! Prize for the first place team! Register that night or you can pre-register by texting 812-798-1899 your name or team name!
Do you have a passion for bringing change to Bowling Green? Have you found your home here at BGSU?
Campus Activities is now accepting Chair applications for the 2018 Homecoming Student Steering Committee. The Homecoming Student Steering Committee works together to program the student events for Homecoming. We are looking for student leaders who are dedicated, passionate, reliable, hard-working, and truly motivated!
In order to be considered, you must be complete the application by Sunday, February 11 at 11:59 p.m. Interviews for selected candidates will be held the week of February 19.
Apps can be found here.
Do you want to be a leader? Are you looking to get more involved on campus? Well, BASIC has the perfect opportunity for you! On Tuesday, February 13 at 6 p.m., elections for the executive board for the 2018-2019 school year will be held in Business Administration 104. Business Analytics, computer science, data science and all other related majors are welcome to run for a position! Come prepared with a one to two minute speech about which position you want to run for an why you should be chosen! The available positions are President, Vice President, Dean's Advisory Council Representative, Treasurer, and Director of Fundraising. We can't wait to see you all!
Still stuck on what to give your boo for Valentine's Day? Want to come and make a present for yourself? Come join the Student Organization of Social Workers next Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in 102 Eppler for a fun night of paint and refreshments!
For just a $5 entry fee, our student painter will lead you through a fun Valentine's painting step by step, and there will be refreshments provided!
If you are interested in joining SOSW in this fun night, please email our treasurer Anastasia at email@example.com to reserve your spot! Please RSVP by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, Feb. 13.
Want to meet more LGBTQ+ grad students? Haven't had a chance to check out the new resource center? Can't quite make the GradPride meetings? Or maybe you're just not into the whole Valentine's Day thing? Drop by the LGBTQ+ Resource Center in 427 BTSU on Wednesday, Feb. 14 from 12-1 p.m. to casually connect, commiserate, celebrate, and chill. Bring your lunch to enjoy if you'd like.
Come warm up in the Career Center lobby (225 BTSU) on Friday, Feb. 16 from 3-4:30 p.m. with some pizza, hot chocolate and fun activities and chill out with us!
There will also be employers there enjoying the fun, eager to chat with BGSU students.
BGSU is hosting this year's regional Propel Ohio Conference on Thursday, February 22, from 1-4:30 p.m. Propel Ohio is a leadership summit promoted by Senator Sherrod Brown to engage college students on the topics of childhood poverty, food insecurity, and education in the state of Ohio. Students and staff from colleges and universities around northwest Ohio will be in attendance!
Get engaged with this issue by attending the regional conference being hosted on our campus! Interested? Register by 2/15 at this link. (select NW Ohio Propel Regional Gathering)
Why attend? This is a great way to get engaged with a critical issue in our state and is a great leadership opportunity for students! Meet some students and staff from other institutions to see what they're doing on their campuses to work towards ending childhood poverty.
It's not easy to get up and go to the rec when the wind feels like it's cutting through your coat or to grab that salad for dinner when French fries are staring you in the face. It is easy to binge-watch shows while eating bad. Making healthy choices seems so much harder during the winter months. But it extends beyond physical health, food and exercise. Good choices around mental, sexual and relationship health are important too.
This issue of Roost Readings is loaded with things to consider as you work to get/stay healthy. Learn more about boosting your academic performance here.
This is part of the FSRC Roost Readings newsletter where you will find tips and resources while you are living at, and attending, BGSU. Each month there will be a new Roost Reading. You can always find details from the previous editions here.
Women in Comics
ACS 3000/WS/3000 103W
2nd summer session: June 25-August 3
This course will explore the history of women writers and artists in the comic book industry. Each week we will read comics written or drawn by women. Topics will include war comics, romance comics, underground comix, graphic memoirs, and superheroes.
We will discuss what these stories created by women can tell us about the intersections of gender, race, and class identities. We will also consider how the comic book format lends itself to women's storytelling.
Questions about the course? Contact me!
If you're looking for a fun online summer class, I am teaching "Girlhood in American Culture" in the first summer session, May 14 - June 22.
The course is cross-listed with American Culture Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Throughout this course we will consider the struggles that girls face as they are confronted by structures of gender, race, class, sexuality, ability, and citizenship. More importantly, we will consider the ways in which girls resist these structures as they forge and lay claim to their own identity, culture, and power.
If you have any questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for more information:
A study is being conducted by a graduate student in clinical psychology that looks at the experiences of adults who have lost a sibling through death. Participants will be asked to participate in a brief phone prescreening interview to determine eligibility, followed by an individual interview lasting approximately 1 hour. Topics covered during the interview will include the participant’s experiences dealing with the loss, receipt of support after the loss, and changes that occurred as a result of the death. Participants will be given a $10 Amazon gift card as a thank you for their involvement in the study.
Participants must over 18 years of age. Additionally, they must have experienced the death of a sibling between 1 and 5 years ago.
Questions and interests in participating can be directed to Matthew Benoit, the principal investigator. Contact him at email@example.com or 734-274-9538.
The General Studies Writing Program will host Dr. Asao Inoue, chair of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, for a workshop and presentation TODAY, Feb. 9. Dr. Inoue's work centers on antiracist pedagogy, for which he explores mindfulness, contemplative pedagogy, grading contracts, writing assessment, and assessment as pedagogy.
Please join us in 316 BTSU:
All faculty and graduate students are welcome.
General Studies Writing Brown Bag Workshop series:
Join us at noon Monday (Feb. 12) in 206 East Hall for "Breaking the Silence: Encouraging Discussion Participation in Face-to-Face and Online Classes," facilitated by Lauren Salisbury.
About the workshop: How do you encourage students to speak up when participation is the last thing they want to do? In this workshop, learn about instructor strategies for facilitating discussions in the face‑to‑face classroom and online learning environment. First, we will reflect on the challenges we face guiding class discussions. After brainstorming potential causes of these challenges, we will learn about and workshop alternative discussion strategies to encourage student conversation and participation. Instructors will take away low- and high‑preparation, and face‑to‑face, hybrid, and online discussion approaches to adapt for different courses and environments.
WebEx is a program used to communicate through the use of audio and video over the Internet. This workshop will be conducted online through a WebEx meeting. It will include a facilitator-lead demonstration, provide examples of uses for WebEx, and also include a hands-on session. Participants will be sent an email with the meeting information prior to the workshop date.
To register, visit our Find a Workshop page.
The Honors College needs up to 5 more sections of BGSU 1910H: First Year Seminar for F18. This is a one-hour, seminar class that first year Honors students complete. BGSU 1910H seminars allow students to work closely with a professor and classmates on a topic of the faculty member’s choice. The first class meeting would take place Thursday, 8/23 as part of our Honors orientation (but could also help shorten the number of weeks you teach the class overall).
We seek to provide sections covering broad topics that mimic the diversity of majors represented by our students. For more information or to submit applications to teach BGSU 1910H, visit the Provost's Office website.
Call or email Jodi Devine, Associate Dean, Honors College with any questions at 419-372-8501 or firstname.lastname@example.org.