Rogers named as next BGSU president

Rogers named as next BGSU president

Rogers is BGSU’s 12th president, succeeding President Emeritus Mary Ellen Mazey

The Bowling Green State University Experience

30

New or Renovated Buildings

18:1

Student-Faculty Ratio

325+

Student Organizations

97%

of graduates report they’re employed, in graduate school or starting a business within six months of graduation

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Alumna spends 2017 working around the globe

Alumna spends 2017 working around the globe

Bowling Green State University alumna Michelle Henry ’09 stayed a month in 12 cities around the world in 2017 while maintaining her job at the University of Southern California. She participated in the 2017 Remote Year program in which participants live and work abroad, telecommuting to their jobs back home. Read More

BGSU junior Torri Biddle reunites with Ben Nemtin

Bowling Green State sociology major Torri Biddle, who was born without a hand, reconnects with best-selling author Ben Nemtin (What Do You Want to Do Before You Die?") on campus. Nemtin, perhaps best known for his MTV show "The Buried Life," helped Biddle obtain a bionic arm.

Postcard from Abroad: Audra DeLaney

Postcard from Abroad: Audra DeLaney

Back from 10 days circumnavigating Puerto Rico on a tall ship, BGSU public relations student Audra DeLaney connects lessons she learned during a maritime studies program to her field of study. Read More

Alumna named Miss Scuba International

Alumna named Miss Scuba International

BGSU alumna Brittany Novick shares ocean conservation message through professional opportunities with the National Marine Mammal Foundation and as Miss Scuba International. The foundation position also allows her to network with like-minded women around the world. Read More

BGSU Hockey set for final regular-season series

BGSU Hockey set for final regular-season series

Heading into the final series of the regular season, the Bowling Green State University hockey team (19-9-6 overall, 16-5-5 in the WCHA) already has clinched at least a No. 3 seed for the WCHA playoffs against an opponent yet to be determined. Read More

New graduate program addresses need for nursing home administrators

New graduate program addresses need for nursing home administrators

Bowling Green State University is answering the call for a better pathway to becoming a licensed long-term-care administrator with its new graduate specialization in that area. Graduates will be prepared to sit for licensing exams in Ohio to serve as administrators of nursing homes and other facilities such as assisted living. Read More

Events

Characters struggle to express themselves in ‘The Language Archive’

Characters struggle to express themselves in ‘The Language Archive’

“The Language Archive” comes to the Eva Marie Saint Theatre, presented by the BGSU Department of Theatre and Film. Sara Chambers directs playwright Julia Cho’s comedy about a scholar of dead or dying languages who finds it impossible to verbalize love in any of the obscure languages he has mastered. Read More

Filmmaker Gaston Kabore to visit BGSU February 23

Filmmaker Gaston Kabore to visit BGSU February 23

BGSU's Africana Studies Program welcomes back to campus award-winning filmmaker Gaston Kaboré of Burkina Faso as artist-in-residence and the keynote speaker for the 20th annual “Student Research Conference and Luncheon: Emerging Perspectives in Africana Studies.” Read More

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