Thursday, May 1, 2014  

Charles Stelle is Gerontology Educator of the Year | Edwards brothers premiere detective film


CHARLES STELLE NAMED GERONTOLOGY EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR

Charles Stelle
Dr. Charles Stelle, gerontology, was named Educator of the Year for 2014 by the Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education (OAGE). Stelle was presented the award at the recent 38th annual OAGE conference in Dayton.

Two BGSU students also were honored at the conference. Morgan Bunting, a senior from Pioneer, had the best undergraduate paper, and Lauren Feyh, a senior from Lewis Center, was named the Outstanding Gerontology Student for 2014.

The OAGE Educator Award recognizes individuals in Ohio's educational institutions who have advanced gerontological education and training for students and practitioners and have used educational programs to improve services to older adults in Ohio. It is one of the highest honors for gerontology educators in Ohio and has been awarded since 1979.

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EDWARDS BROTHERS X 3 = ‘DETECTIVE DETECTIVE DETECTIVE’

Justin (left) and Michael Edwards at the 2012 College Television Awards
BGSU alumni Justin and Michael Edwards debuted their new mystery comedy film, "Detective Detective Detective," on March 29 at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. They and their older brother, Matt, are the sons of Dr. Bruce Edwards, BGSU professor emeritus of English.

This was their second foray into the world of movies. Their first production, "Come Back to Me," in 2012, won a College Television Award for Best Use of Music in a Film, from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

The idea to shoot a new film came about when they found out that their parents would be traveling to Europe for the month. "I realized that we should make a film at my folks' rad new log cabin in the Alaskan wilderness while they gallivanted around Eurovilles," Justin said.

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FACULTY AND STAFF TO BE HONORED FOR SERVICE

The University will honor faculty and staff for their years of service as well as those who have retired this year at a ceremony and reception from 3-5 p.m. today (May 1) in the Donnell Theatre in The Wolfe Center for the Arts.

Join President Mary Ellen Mazey and colleagues in applauding the honorees for their contributions to the life of the University.

The event will also be streamed live and available for viewing afterward on the Human Resources site.