Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Today is election day! Polls will be open from 7 a.m.- 8 p.m.
If you're unsure of where you go to vote, check here.
If you're unsure of what will be on your ballot, check here.
For any other questions, check out our website or call the Wood County Board of Elections at (419) 354-9120
GET OUT THE VOTE!
The meeting for Habitat for Humanity will be held in 114 Business Administration at 8 p.m. tonight. We will be giving a recap of the month, offerring new volunteer opportunities, and talking about fundraising.
Do you like dancing? Listening to music? and meeting new people? Come learn how to swing dance with the Falcon Swing Society tonight at 7 p.m. in the lobby of the R.O.T.C. building.
Semester membership is $10 and your first lesson is free. We do dances such as East Coast, Lindy Hop, Shim Sham, and many others. Like us on our Facebook page Falcon Swing Society (BGSU) and follow us on Instagram @falcon_swing_society for more information about our meetings and upcoming events or contact the president Ben Book at email@example.com for more information or any questions you might have.
CALLLING ALL VETERANS and BGSU FALCONS!
ARE YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW A VETERAN IN OR NEAR THE BGSU COMMUNITY? If so, the Falcon Leadership Institute(FLI) will be hosting Breakfast with a Veteran on Friday, November 10. Veterans will have the opportunity to be applauded and recognized for their service to their local communities and their country, as well be presented with a special opportunity to share their stories with current BGSU Students. Breakfast with a Veteran will occur beginning at 9:30-11:30 a.m. on Friday, November 10 in the Sky bank Ballroom of the Bowen-Thompson Student Union.
Students and Faculty members, are encouraged to be in attendance as well. However, SPACE is limited so please RSVP today by completing the form here. If you have any questions, please contact Jordan Parker at (216)-551-8307 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earlier this semester, ITS launched a new and improved website with a goal of being more user-friendly. Along with the new layout, ITS also introduced a "Known Issues" webpage, located at www.bgsu.edu/issues. The "Known Issues" webpage serves as a repository for tech-related issues and outages occurring at BGSU. The page includes:
Questions? Contact the TSC!
110 Hayes Hall
Do you love dodgeball? Do you want to help Conquer Childhood Cancers? Than join St. Baldrick's on December 1 for a dodgeball tournament to help raise money to fund childhood cancer treatment research.
Every 2 minutes, a child is diagnosed with cancer with 1 in 5 not surviving. We can help beat those odds through the great research funded by the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
On December 1 from 7-9 p.m. in Eppler, you and your team of 6 can participate in this tournament of dodgeball domination! The price for entry is $30 with all proceeds going to the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Registration will be Nov. 7, 9, 13, and 15 at Union Tables between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Please bring team name, names of team members, and registration fee.
Free t-shirts for winners.
Learn more about St. Baldrick's at www.stbaldricks.org.
The last Green Game Day is coming up on Wednesday, November 15. BGSU is taking on Toledo for the Battle of I-75 and we need volunteers to help with recycling for the game. Volunteers can help reduce waste by driving golf carts and handing out recycling bags to tailgaters around the stadium. There are three shifts available starting at 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Green Game Day is a great opportunity for volunteers to have a fun experience while educating fellow Falcons on sustainability and the importance of recycling at large events like football games. This is one of that last opportunities for service verification and there are limited spots for each shift.
To sign up, click here.
Questions? Contact email@example.com
Register for Ohio Academy of Science Annual Meeting BGSU will be hosting the next annual meeting of the Ohio Academy of Science, which will take place on the April 14, 2018 in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union. For more information click here.
Research papers by undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty are welcome from ALL FIELDS of science, engineering, technology, and education, and their applications.
Abstracts must be received by the November 13, and since BGSU is an institutional member it is free for our faculty and students to become members to attend. Just use BGREEN as the coupon code during checkout.
For any questions, please contact the director of CURS, Dr. Cordula Mora, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Leadership Assistants assist the Center for Leadership by researching, developing, administering and assessing a broad array of student leadership development and educational programs. Request the Student Leadership Assistants to facilitate a workshop, retreat, or sessiona presentation or retreat for your organization or club.
The link to request an SLA can be found on the Center for Leadership's OrgSync page.
The Bowling Green Radio Sports Organization (BGRSO) is having their weekly meeting tonight in 1001 Business Administration Building at 9 p.m. Executive Staff will meet at 8:30 p.m.
If you are interested in sports broadcasting, hosting a radio talk show, writing for the BGRSO website, running the BGRSO social media accounts and much more, the BGRSO is for you. The Bowling Green Radio Sports Organization covers all games (both home and away) for hockey, volleyball and baseball, while providing select coverage for men's and women's basketball, soccer and football.
NEW THIS YEAR: The BGRSO will be moving all operations (except hockey games) to Falcon Radio, where it will become the organization's new 24/7 sports hub.
If you would like to get in contact with the BGRSO, please email our Executive Director, Ryan Strodtbeck, at email@example.com.
Please join SCMA for a negotiation tips and tricks seminar by Dana Corporation to learn about negotiation tactics, co-op and internship opportunities, and enjoy free food TONIGHT at 6 p.m. in 111 Olscamp.
The Bible can be hard to understand, especially when it comes to the parables that Jesus taught. Come check out Campus Outreach's weekly meeting where we will give brief teaching on the parables of Jesus and help you understand them and their meaning. The meeting is in 117 Olscamp tonight at 8:58 p.m.
Summer Study in England Information Meeting
Tuesday, November 7 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. 108 Eppler North
Wednesday, November 8 from 10-11 a.m. 113 Education
The Course: Educational sessions, guided cultural tours, & sport related experiences will provide the opportunity for students to gain knowledge about sport & culture in England. This course will open students' eyes to the similarities and differences in sport between the U.S. & England. Students will also learn about the history & traditions that have contributed to life in England today.
Sites: Leeds (Leeds-Beckett Univ.; Yorkshire County Cricket Club; York; Stratford-upon-Avon); Bristol (Univ. of the West of England; Brunnels S.S. Great Britain & M-Shed Museum); Tour of Bath: Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge; Stonehenge; London (Westminster Abbey, Tower of London; Olympic Park, Velodrome, Aquatics Center)
When: 5/8/2018 - 5/20/2018
If interested, please attend an informational session or contact Jess Kiss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SMA's November General Meeting - OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS - takes place tomorrow (November 8) @ 7:30 p.m. in 308 Bowen-Thompson Student Union.
We will host an Executive Board Panel to answer any questions you may have, and, as always, important dates and information you do not want to miss will be shared.
Also, sign-ups for the Detroit Trip will take place @ 7 p.m. outside of 308 BTSU before the meeting begins. A first come first serve basis, the fee of $30 will be due at the time of sign-up.
Questions? Visit our website or contact us at email@example.com
The BGSU Career Center is hosting a Government Panel on November 14. The event is open to all majors!
The Government Panel (Bowen-Thompson Student Union, Lenhart Grand Ballroom/202B) will feature professionals who will speak about "How to Find a Career in Government" from 12-1 p.m.
The panelists are:
Come and learn about career opportunities and application processes for government positions.
For more information, contact the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-372-2356.
As part of a preliminary research project, we are looking for overweight and obese college students (18-29 years) who are trying to lose weight, and use social media at least once a day. Focus groups will be conducted to help create a future weight loss program with a social media component (e.g., Facebook). Participants will take part in a 90-minute focus group to share their opinions on barriers to weight loss, give input on what the program should look like, suggest what social networking site should be used, and view examples of how a social network could be used for weight loss. Focus groups will be audio recorded but all audio recordings collected from the groups will be confidential. Participants can choose between a $10 Amazon gift card, or 2 SONA credits as compensation for participating. This is a one-time meeting to learn about your opinions, NOT A WEIGHT LOSS TREATMENT. If you are interested, please email LaNaya Anderson to learn more (email: email@example.com).
For many of you, this is the first time you've ever shared living space like this. You may have discovered that you and your roommate are adjusting differently than you thought you would and there are conflicts you weren't anticipating. Additionally, you may find that your relationships with your family, your romantic partner, or your friends back home are also changing.
Learn more about addressing relationship issues here.
This is part of the FSRC Roost Readings newsletter where you will find tips and resources while you are living at, and attending, BGSU. Each month there will be a new Roost Reading. You can always find details from the previous editions here.
Do you enjoy meeting new people? Sharing your experiences as a graduate student? Developing your leadership potential? Apply to become a Graduate Student Ambassador!
Selected students will serve as role models to prospective and incoming graduate students and represent the Graduate College at Graduate Student Orientation and on-campus recruiting events. Applications are accepted through WorkNet.
A basic human right should be access to information as it improves human capability, enriches life and provides independence. As an educator, accessibility begins in design of the content created versus something to fix or correct after. In this session you will learn about the types of accessibility tools for users, how to structure new and existing content for best practices in accessibility and a new tool for Canvas called Ally for assessing your content for the user.
To register, visit our Find a Workshop page.
Contact the CFE office if you have any questions at 419-372-9489 or by firstname.lastname@example.org.