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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

Songbirds may tune in to mental health treatment

Songbirds may tune in to mental health treatment

BGSU alumna researches how the social interaction of songbirds is relevant to human mental health
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BGSU junior Torri Biddle reunites with Ben Nemtin

Student who was born without a hand reconnects with facilitator of bionic arm READ MORE

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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

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 faculty member to serve as national expert on harmful algal blooms

BGSU faculty member to serve as national expert on harmful algal blooms

BGSU Associate Professor Timothy Davis will serve as a national expert at upcoming harmful algal bloom summits in New York. As part of this role, he will share best practices and help develop solutions to combat the threat harmful algal blooms pose for New York’s lakes. Read More

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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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