Friday, March 22, 2019
BGSU Athletics and the Slater Family Ice Arena will host a watch party and open skate for the WCHA Championship, featuring the No. 13 ranked Falcons and the No. 2 ranked Minnesota State Mavericks! Doors will open Saturday, March 23, at 7 p.m. with puck drop at 8:07 p.m. EST.
Fans are invited to watch the game in the Center Ice Lounge for free, but be sure to arrive early as capacity is capped at 120 people. The game will also be featured on the main video board to be viewed during open skate from the ice and the stands. There will be a cash bar for soda, beer and wine, and the concession stand will also be open to purchase food. Get to the watch party early to receive a free rally towel … admittance to the watch party and stands is free. Standard open skate rates will apply for those who want to skate.
The Falcon Baseball team returns to Steller Field this weekend for a three-game series vs. Toledo. First pitch is set for Friday at 3 p.m., while Saturday and Sunday’s games will both begin at 3 p.m. Be sure to wear your BG orange for all three games. Admission is FREE for all home baseball games!
Please join the Student Alumni Ambassadors for a fun night of free desserts and presentations from the Top 5 nominated Master Teachers at BGSU! You can have your voice heard in who receives this prestigious award! This is the ONLY award decided by students and given to professors at the Faculty Excellence Awards. The event is March 25, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Mileti Alumni Center first floor! We hope to see you there!
Every Monday from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in 115 ED, Dr. Patrick Vrooman will screen and discuss two episodes of the anime adaption of Yūsei Matsui’s Assassination Classroom. All are welcome.
Assassination Classroom is about what happens when a strange, octopoid creature becomes the new teacher of Class 3-E at Kunugigaoka Junior High School. This creature has already destroyed the moon, but really wanted to teach junior high before he destroys the Earth. The government agrees to the creature's terms but is training these students to assassinate their teacher before the year is up. If the students succeed, they save the earth and get a billion yen. It is a strange, but instructive, examination of teaching, learning, and schooling. Please join us each week.
Just another great opportunity from Educators in Context & Community (ECCO), a learning community for ed majors and the ed curious, and Free Skool BG.
Did you know that there is a store on the BGSU campus that offers FREE appliances, clothes, and school supplies to students?
Mark your calendars!! There is an upcoming reStore event on March 27 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Once a month the Restore is open & offers all of its products to the BGSU community for free! If you stop by during this event you can get kitchen supplies, notebooks, desk organizers, clothes, and much more. There is a surplus of hats, gloves, scarfs, and coats! The mission of the ReStore is to keep usable goods out of the landfill & to save students, faculty, and staff money!
Located in Kreischer Sundial (2 'o clock Dining Room).
See you then!
Join us to celebrate Sheila Brown as she pursues future endeavors!
FAREWELL OPEN HOUSE CELEBRATION FOR SHEILA BROWN
DATE: Friday, April 5
TIME: 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Hayes Hall, Room 203
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 29
The Classified Staff Outstanding Service Award (CSOSA) recognizes and applauds classified employees whose efforts benefit students, units, departments, areas, the university and the community in which they live and serve. They display excellence within and outside the workplace by going the extra mile.
The recipients of the CSOSA will receive a $1,000 award and a commemorative plaque. Be sure to nominate that classified person in your area who displays these service qualities and make an impact at BGSU and elsewhere! Recipient will be recognized on May 15, at 11:00 a.m. in 101 Olscamp Hall.
The deadline to submit nomination forms and letters of support is April 15, at 5:00 p.m. These can be submitted by email or campus mail to Faith Olson-Elsea, email@example.com, 444 Education Building.
Click here for details.
It is almost time for our annual LGBTQ+ and ally graduation celebration, Lavender Graduation. We can't wait to celebrate our phenomenal graduating Falcons!
The Class of 2019 (Spring, Summer, or Fall graduates) Lavender Graduation will be held Wednesday, April 24 at 6 p.m. in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union Multipurpose Room (BTSU 228). Please register or RSVP at bgsu.edu/lavgrad19 by April 15.
RSVPs are appropriate for graduating students as well as faculty, staff, students, and community members who wish to support our graduates! Please contact Dr. Katie Stygles with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have pictures you'd like included in this year's celebratory slide show, please email Allie Hicks at email@example.com.
The Campus Climate Survey has been extended to Monday, March 25th! You could be the winner of a $50 meal card! Give your input and help us better understand the experiences of students.
As the university is working through the implementation of the Focus on the Future Strategic Plan, your input will help inform the work of the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. Join us in our efforts to build a just learning community.
To encourage participation, upon completion of the student survey, you will have the option to enter a raffle for a $50 meal card good at any dining hall on campus until the end of this semester.
If you have any questions, please contact the Division of Student Affairs at 419-372-2147.
Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion and The Career Center are kicking off the 2019 BGSU Social Justice Institute with: "Am I More Than Your Diversity?"
In this joint panel session, panelists will share their journey and advice on how to gauge whether a job will accept them, their identities, and culture, in addition to understanding what makes us hcoose to downplay our identities at work.
DATE: March 29
TIME: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
LOCATION: 427 BTSU
Lunch will be provided to students who RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3/26/19.
SUMMER CAMP ETHNOGRAPHY: Online course, 1st Summer Session
Want to explore issues, trends, phenomena, and experiences of youth in the context of summer camp culture? Need a fascinating, flexible, and creative ONLINE course for the summer? Dr. Montana Miller from the Department of Popular Culture is teaching her course Summer Camp Ethnography (POPC 4600-102W; ACS 3000-101W) during the first Summer Session, May 22-July 3.
In “Summer Camp Ethnography,” students are introduced to fundamental principles and methods of ethnographic research and writing. The class will participate in online forum discussions of readings, radio segments and video clips. Each student will design and carry out an original research project on a topic of their choice, by observing and documenting (in person or through online media) group rituals and ceremonies that are part of summer camps’ traditional activities. For more information, please contact Dr. Montana Miller at email@example.com
The Center for Faculty Excellence is offering on-campus Canvas 101 training workshops for faculty. These workshops provide experience with Canvas features including: settings, notifications, assignments, discussions, grading, and quizzes. They include a facilitator lead demonstration of Canvas and its features, a hands-on session, and an open question session. During the hands-on session learners will be asked to demonstrate the skills they have learned during the training.
Seating is limited. Be sure to reserve your seat as soon as possible. Participants are asked to bring a laptop.
Register here for a Canvas 101 Workshop.
The Center for Faculty Excellence is offering Active Learning Classroom (ALC) Workshops to interested faculty. After faculty complete this 2 part series, they will receive ALC Certification as well as priority for choosing active learning classrooms.
Part 1 will focus on active learning strategies and discuss how those strategies can be put to use in their classes.
Part 2 will show faculty how to use the ALC technology in the classroom. Please note that the ALC Strategies Part 1 is a prerequisite to ALC Technologies Part 2.
ALC Part 1: Thursday, April 4 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in 106 Olscamp Hall
ALC Part 2: Thursday, April 11 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in 106 Olscamp Hall
Use this registration page to access other workshop dates and to sign up.