Message from Viva McCarver, Chief Human Resources Officer:

Welcome to Bowling Green State University and the Office of Human Resources! Our mission is to serve as a strategic partner with the University community, supporting our goal to foster innovation, inspire teaching and learning and to promote accountability for long-term performance excellence. Together, the HR team is dedicated to the highest quality of customer service, providing ongoing leadership and direction with the core functionalities of the office, which include benefits administration, compensation, employee and labor relations, EEO/Compliance, and training and development.

Whether you are an applicant considering employment at BGSU or current faculty and staff, we hope you find our website to be very beneficial for your overall needs.

Thank you!

Viva McCarver

Office of Human Resources

1851 N. Research Drive
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
419-372-8421
Fax: 419-372-2920
ohr@bgsu.edu
www.bgsu.edu/hr

 

Calendar

Professional Development Sessions

Professional Development Sessions

The Office of Human Resources (OHR) is pleased to offer, no-cost, monthly professional and/or personal development sessions for BGSU employees (faculty and staff). During this academic year, OHR Training & Development team is collaborating with internal and external partners to offer sessions at Main and Firelands campuses and/or via use of alternate remote online training platforms.  Additional training topics/series are forthcoming. Read More

Flu Shot Season

Flu Shot Season

It is that time of year again, will you be getting a flu shot?  If you are a member of the BGSU health insurance, please check the list of covered pharmacy locations before you get your shot.  Don't forget, you can also get your flu shot at the Falcon Health Center or a Medical Mutual participating physician's office.

3D Mammograms are now covered!

3D Mammograms are now covered!

Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women.  About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer sometime during her life.  The good news is that mammograms can help find breast cancer early.  Most women can survive breast cancer if it's found and treated early.  Remember to discuss your options with your physician and get your recommended Mammograms!
  View the full Medical Mutual website.