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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

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  1. WCHA semi-finals pre-game and ticket information
  2. Group Exercise Passes - 50% OFF!
  3. Instructional Fitness Workshops at the SRC
  4. Master of Public Administration - Apply now!
  5. Chinese cultural concert comes to campus
  6. Holocaust survivor Dr. Irene Butter

Students

  1. SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!
  2. Advisor Appreciation Thank You's!
  3. Looking for talented writers!
  4. Therapy groups for depression and anxiety

Faculty/Staff

  1. Canvas Advanced Quiz Workshop
Campus Update Archive

1. WCHA semi-finals pre-game and ticket information

The BGSU Alumni Association is hosting pre-game events in Marquette, Michigan for the WCHA semifinals on March 9 and 10 for BGSU Hockey vs. Northern Michigan.

Click here for information and to register.

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2. Group Exercise Passes - 50% OFF!

Get ready for summer with Group X classes at the Student Recreation Center!

Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to participate in unlimited group exercise classes for the rest of the Spring semester at a discounted rate. Have fun and get fit with classes such as Turbo Kick®, Zumba, Cycling, BODYPUMP®, Barre, Yoga, POUND®, TRX, WERQ Dance Fitness and many more.

Visit the Student Recreation Center Welcome Desk to purchase your discounted pass:
Student/SRC Member: $25
Faculty/Staff: $33
"After Work" Pass: $20
*Purchase of an SRC membership is not required.

Schedule and class descriptions available online.

For More Information:
Adrienne Ansel, Fitness Student Supervisor | Recreation and Wellness
Division of Student Affairs
419-372-2348
aansel@bgsu.edu
bgsu.edu/recwell

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3. Instructional Fitness Workshops at the SRC

Falcon Fitness is now offering instructional workshops that offer an effective, high quality workout that focuses on skill development, motivation, and improved fitness.

4-Week Workshops (8-sessions):
Building a Strong Foundation
Mondays and Wednesdays, March 12 - April 4 from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. in the SRC TRX Training Zone
Learn variations of leg exercises in a progressive manner to build a strong foundation.

Falcon Fit Club
Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 13 - April 5 from 6:15 - 7:15 a.m. in SRC Studio B
Utilize different equipment and exercises to learn more about exercise programming, technique, and proper form all while getting guidance from a certified Personal Trainer.

For full details click here. Register today at the Student Recreation Center (SRC) Welcome Desk. SRC membership is not required.

For More Information:
Adrienne Ansel | Recreation and Wellness
Division of Student Affairs
aansel@bgsu.edu

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4. Master of Public Administration - Apply now!

Are you looking for a career in public service? Maybe leading a non-profit organization, working for social change, or working in government? The BGSU Master of Public Administration (MPA) is the degree for you.

The BGSU MPA program can be completed part-time (in the evenings) or full-time. The program is nationally accredited and is well known for it's commitment to combining theory and practice in the classroom. Current students are completing projects for community partners such as the Toledo Symphony, the Glass City Marathon, the Center for Nonprofit Resources, Fort Meigs and more!

All majors are welcome to apply. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until July 1. For more information visit bgsu.edu/mpa or contact the Graduate Coordinator Dr. Shannon Orr with questions or to set up a meeting skorr@bgsu.edu.

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5. Chinese cultural concert comes to campus

Plan to attend a special concert featuring faculty and students from Yanshan University at 7:30 p.m., March 12, in Kobacker Hall, Moore Musical Arts Center.

The concert, "Whispering Dreams of a Spring Breeze," will include Chinese dance, music and martial arts.

Tickets are $5 per person and available at the Bowen-Thompson Student Union Information Desk, by calling 419-372-2741, or at the door the night of the performance.

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6. Holocaust survivor Dr. Irene Butter

Hillel and the Office of Multicultural Affairs are honored to welcome Dr. Irene Butter, a Holocaust survivor, to Bowling Green. She will be speaking three weeks from today on Wednesday, March 28 from 7-8:30 p.m. in the BTSU Ballroom. Join us in welcoming Dr. Butter to BGSU and hear her personal story firsthand. This event is free of charge and open to all. Please RSVP for and refer to the event here.

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1. SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!

Dr. Rene Ruiz and Dr. Meiguel Ornelas Scholarships are now open! Deadlines are April 2. You can pick up an application in the Math Science Building 318 (Office of Multicultural affairs) or email at yflores@bgsu.edu for the application form.

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2. Advisor Appreciation Thank You's!

Campus Activities would like to welcome all students a part of student organizations to submit a Thank You submission for your advisor. We will be taking all your kind words and turning them into customized Thank You grams for an advisor appreciation event.

Please submit your Thank You here.

Any questions please contact: Alexis Schoonard-Saborio at schoona@bgsu.edu. Deadline to submit a Thank You is Wednesday, March 28 @ 5 p.m.

Follow us on Twitter: @BGSUActivities & Instagram: @bgsu_get_involved.

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3. Looking for talented writers!

Odyssey is a platform where college-aged students can write about whatever they want, gain professional experience and have fun doing so! Creators are expected to write 1 article a week (or every other week, if requested!) on a topic of their choice to be shared on theodysseyonline.com for the world to see. Interested? Email spetty@bgsu.edu or apply now at muse.theodysseyonline.com/apply!

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4. Therapy groups for depression and anxiety

Are you bothered by anxious feelings, depressed moods, a worrying mind, self-defeating behaviors, and/or unwanted thoughts and emotions? The Psychological Services Center is offering a small therapy group for depression, anxiety, and related concerns that will meet on Wednesdays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Groups are held at the Psychological Services Center. The groups are intended for undergraduate students who struggle with anxiety and depressive symptoms. Groups are confidential and safe. They involve short educational components, group discussions, experiential exercises, and weekly homework exercises. If you attend six sessions and complete post-assessment, you will receive a $10 electronic Amazon gift card for participating.

If you are interested, contact Serena at 419-372-2193 to schedule a 15-minute phone screening.

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1. Canvas Advanced Quiz Workshop

The Center for Faculty Excellence is offering in-depth training for faculty members on how to create quizzes in Canvas. Topics will include types of questions such as Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Multiple Choice, as well as creating Quiz Banks.

For training dates and to register, visit our Find a Workshop page.

Seating is limited. Be sure to reserve your seat as soon as possible. Participants are asked to bring a laptop or to notify the CFE if they will need one provided.

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