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The College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering at BGSU houses innovative and engaging academic programs and faculty. All students also participate in our Cooperative Education program, requiring two to three semesters of full-time employment prior to graduation. The co-op program, originating over 40 years ago, has strong connections with employers and assists students in crafting resumes, interview skills, and searching for positions.



2nd Annual Falcon BEST Robotics Competition
The 2014 Falcon BEST Competition, held in the Stroh Center, had 13 teams competing in robotics, marketing, display/exhibit, and spirit. Read about the winners and see photos from the competition.

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College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering
Office of the Dean
Dr. Venu Dasigi, Interim Dean
Lori Schultz, Sr. Administrative Assistant to the Dean

Undergraduate Services Office


Focused on Success

Focused on Success

Nothing was going to prevent Aaren Westmoreland from earning a college degree. While the chips may have been stacked against him four years ago, the Dayton native set a goal to be the first in his family to earn a college degree, and on Dec. 19 he will achieve that goal. Flying fighter jets has been a dream of his since he was a young child.  The faster, the better.  That dream is what landed him at Bowling Green State University’s aviation program in 2010. Read More.

Fugett Honored for Service to Students

Fugett Honored for Service to Students

Laney Fugett, a lecturer and faculty adviser for the visual communication technology (VCT) program at Bowling Green State University, received the President's Award for Academic Advising of Undergraduate Students at the Faculty Excellence Awards April 16. The award recognizes individuals and units in the BGSU learning community that contribute to undergraduate students' educational development through effective academic advising. Fugett's award included a $1,000 cash payment. Read More.

Houtz Lauded for Thoughtful Service

Houtz Lauded for Thoughtful Service

Gail Houtz’s natural leadership is born out of her intense dedication and caring, both for the University and for the community. In recognition of her many contributions to BGSU, she received the 2014 Outstanding Service Award at the annual Classified Staff Council (CSC) reception and awards ceremony May 21. Houtz, scholarship and grants coordinator in Student Financial Aid, received $1,000, a commemorative plaque and a reserved parking space for a year. Read More.

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