Based on state and federal guidance, BGSU continues to make critical decisions to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus to safeguard our students, faculty, staff and the broader community. Virtual and online learning will continue as planned through the end of the semester, and BGSU staff members who do not need to be physically on campus will work remotely.
Construction continues on the Robert W. and Patricia A. Maurer Center
The Robert W. and Patricia A. Maurer Center will be the new home for the BGSU College of Business, scheduled to open in Fall 2020. This state-of-the art facility will serve as a gateway to the academic core for the BGSU campus. It will include the renovation of Hanna Hall and a more than 50,000-square-foot addition.
David Hainline ’83 mentors entrepreneurship, tourism students
Watching David Hainline interact with students in the Hub at the College of Business, it’s clear that his loyalty to Bowling Green State University matches his ability to help students develop skills they will need in their careers. Through his company CSI DMC, one of the country’s leading destination and event management companies, Hainline worked with leaders in the College of Business and the College of Education and Human Development to create a new course: Entrepreneurship in Event Management
BGSU Marketing Students Demonstrate They Are Among Top Sales Talent Nationally
The College of Business is proud to announce the BGSU Sales Team captured second place behind Florida State University at the recent University of Toledo Invitational Sales Competition. The BGSU team finished higher than such notable schools as Baylor, Clemson, Purdue, Temple, James Madison, and Kansas State. The UT Sales Competition is the first and only national sales competition dedicated exclusively to non-seniors.
College of Business Alumnus Lance Mitchell ’81 Rings NASDAQ Opening Bell Launching first IPO of 2020
Lance Mitchell ’81, CEO of Reynolds Consumer Products, rang the NASDAQ opening bell on February 4th, celebrating the first initial public offering (IPO) of 2020. Reynolds Consumer Products raised over $1 billion, at $26 a share.
Reynolds has a presence in 95 percent of households across the United States with millions of Americans using Reynolds Consumer Products daily.