Monday, Dec. 10, 2018
The city of Bowling Green issued a water boil advisory for parts of our Bowling Green Campus .
Occupants of the following buildings should not drink the water: The Jordan Family Development Center, the BCI building, Technology building, Architecture building, College Park Office Building, the Shuttle Office, and Maintenance building.
UPDATE: The water is safe in Falcon Heights.
Check the city of Bowling Green's website for updates.
The Title IX Office is seeking students interested in serving on a Front Line Advisory Group for Title IX related issues. Graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for this voluntary experience.
Functions of advisory board:
Expectations of board members:
For more information, including how to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is December 14. Interested parties will be interviewed at the start of the spring session.
The Technology Support Center (TSC) will be operating on an adjusted schedule during the upcoming Christmas and New Year's holidays so our employees may spend time with their families. The TSC will be closed December 22-25, as well as December 31 beginning at 5:00 p.m. through January 1, 2019. To report an issue during this prolonged closing, please visit www.bgsu.edu/its.
In addition to the adjusted TSC hours, all ITS-managed computer labs will be operating on an adjusted schedule for the entirety of winter break (December 17 – January 1). To view the updated schedule, visit www.bgsu.edu/labhours and select the "Winter Break" lab hours tab. Questions? Contact the Technology Support Center.
Fullfill a BGP requirement 100% online this Spring! Take Great Roman Minds ONLINE and read the great works that continue to shape our own thinking on drama, epic, history, literature, philosophy, poetry, and rhetoric. Understand the past, act and be mindful in the present, predict and create the future! There are limited seats available in: CLCV 2420-101W (#15837) and CLCV 2420-102W (#17962). Enroll today!
Join us for our 11th Annual MLK Jr. Day of Service. Take the opportunity to contribute "a day on, not a day off!" in celebration of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
For this year's event BGSU is partnering with the Brown Bag Food Project to support their 11th Annual MLK Jr. Day of Service "Can"vas Food Drive taking place the weekend before MLK Jr. Day. Over 150 volunteers are needed January 19 and January 20 to go door to door in Bowling Green to collect food donations from local residents. There will also be shifts available to assist with sorting and loading the collected donations.
We encourage students, faculty, staff, and community members to volunteer for this weekend of service to know your neighbors and community while contributing to a vital community need. All collected donations will be distributed amongst participating food pantries in Bowling Green and Wood County.
For more information please visit the event webpage at www.bgsu.edu/mlkday
Come relax from finals week by enjoying a chair massage & receive a free Coke beverage! Located in the Student Union right across from the BG1 Plus desk from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.! This event is sponsored by Coca Cola.
Nominations are now open for the 2018-2019 Master Teacher Award!
This prestigious award is given to an outstanding faculty member, and it is the only award given by students. The recipient will receive a cash prize, a plaque, and an invitation to the Faculty Excellence Awards. In order to be eligible, Master Teacher nominees must meet the following criteria:
Nominate a faculty member today through February 8 by completing this form.
Do you want to stand out? Are you looking for an opportunity to grow as a leader? Register for Leaders in Residence! LIR is a free workshop series for on-campus students who aspire to develop their leadership skills and earn a leadership certificate. LIR offers a forum for students to become involved, meet established leaders, recognize their leadership potential, connect with other aspiring student leaders and have fun while enhancing personal leadership abilities. Sessions run Jan. 29 – Mar. 14.
Seven-week workshop series | No homework or tests | Free to join
Earn the LIR Leadership certificate
Multiple workshop times to fit your schedule: Tues. 5:30-7 p.m. | Wed. 4:30-6 p.m. | Thurs 2:30-4 p.m.
Register and learn more! Registration closes Dec. 11.
Save the Date: Spring EXPO Job & Internship Fair on 2/5/2019!
The BGSU Career Center will host the Spring EXPO Job & Internship Fair on Tuesday, February 5, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the Perry Field House. Students from all majors are welcome to meet employers who are recruiting from various industries.
To register for the event and to review registered employers, log into Handshake.
For more information, please contact the Career Center at email@example.com or 419-372-2356.
The Department of Public and Allied Health is proud to present a new degree: Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA). MHSA prepares professionals for leadership positions in the complex, rapidly changing structure and financing of health care and health service organizations. With real-world internships and coursework taught by faculty and working leaders of health organizations, the program prepares graduates with the business, technological, public health, and leadership foundations to lead health service organizations.
Graduate Assistantships and tuition scholarships are available for this program. If you have any questions or interest in the program, please contact Dr. Philip Welch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Graduate College invites graduate students and faculty to enjoy free coffee all during finals week! Stop in 120 McFall between 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. during finals week for a warm place to take a break.
Additional faculty and staff are needed to assist at the two commencement ceremonies, on Friday evening, Dec. 14, and Saturday morning, Dec. 15, in the Stroh Center.
Ticket takers, ushers, program distributors and others are needed. Each ceremony takes about two hours, but not all volunteers need stay throughout.
Do you like teaching first-year students? If you answered Yes! then you might be interested in submitting a proposal to teach a BGSU 1910 for Fall 2019! BGSU 1910 are one-credit hour seminars for first-year, first-time students that provide them with the opportunity to work closely with a professor and peers on a topic of the faculty member's (your) choice. All sections of BGSU 1910 are capped at 20 students and only offered in the Fall semester. We invite any interested faculty member to submit a proposal for a BGSU 1910 first-year seminar. Each BGSU 1910 course topic is uniquely created and developed by the instructor. If you are interested in teaching a BGSU 1910 course in Fall 2019, please complete and submit your proposal by December 15 to Kim Brooks, email@example.com . For proposal outline and more information, please visit the BGSU 1910 website.
Do you have questions about the BGP assessment process? Then join our discussion to have all of your questions on the process answered.
Register here for a BGP Assessment Process Discussion. Contact the CFE office if you have any questions at 419-372-9489 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Tuesday, December 11, ITS is hosting an open house focused on technology options available for web conferencing. Please join us in Olscamp 120 from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. for a live demonstration of the different levels of technology available for check-out or approved for use in BGSU conference rooms. For each level, we will discuss:
We invite you to stop in and participate, ask questions and bring your own ideas! Our goal is to create a more informed and open dialog on the best practices for using web conferences at BGSU.
Directly following the open house, ITS will also host a hands-on learning session focused on WebEx beginning at 2:00 p.m. in the same location.
BGSU's Panhellenic Council is eager to create relationships with the faculty and staff of the college. If you were a part of a Panhellenic chapter during your collegiate career, please contact the VP of Scholarship, Anna Jones, by emailing email@example.com with your name and chapter of initiation. We look forward to hearing from all of you!
In this workshop, participants will review aspects of "good" learning outcomes. They will identify frameworks for learning outcomes and discuss Bloom's Revised Taxonomy outcome verbs. Participants will actively discuss learning outcomes templates and identify potential learning outcomes for a course or program.
Contact the CFE office if you have any questions at 419-372-9489 or by firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register here for a Writing Clear and Challenging Learning Outcomes workshop.
The staff of the Center for Community & Civic Engagement are available to help plan and implement experiential learning /community & civic engagement activities for 1910 courses for fall 2019. We are happy to brainstorm possible projects, help identify community partners and resources, offer class presentations around engagement topics, and/or connect a course to our existing programmatic initiatives.
Visit our website for more information about what we do and contact us to make an appointment with V Rosser email@example.com or Paul Valdez firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coffee meetings always an option!