Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019
Bowling Green men's soccer hosts Northern Illinois in a MAC Quarterfinals matchup tonight at 5 p.m. Join us for the final game of the season at Cochrane Stadium. Admission to all home soccer games is free!
Join the discussion today (November 12) about the future of Lake Erie, one of Ohio's most important natural resources. There will be a panel discussion held at 5:30 in 207 BTSU. The featured panelists are experts in a variety of fields ranging from biology to agriculture to the arts. Additionally, posters focusing on the issues will be presented in the BTSU at 2:30 p.m. in the exhibition "Water in Crisis." The discussion will be moderated by Dr. George Bullerjahn and features scientists Dr. Tim Davis, Dr. Louise Stevenson and Dr. Angelica Vasquez-Ortega, Artist Linda Butler, Journalist Tom Henry, Farmer Bob Jones Jr., and Activist Alicia Smith.
The BGSU Geography program is showcasing the importance of geography during Geography Awareness Week, Nov. 10-16. The annual public awareness program encourages citizens young and old to think and learn about the significance of place and how we affect and are affected by it.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, which is Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day, faculty and students in the program will be at the Bowen-Thompson Student Union tables to talk about geography, why it’s an important discipline, some famous people who studied or taught geography (such as Mother Theresa, Prince William and Michael Jordan), as well as career opportunities within the field.
At 2:30 p.m. on Friday, in 117 Olscamp Hall, the program welcomes BGSU alumnus Jason Butke '03. As senior director and meteorologist with Travelers Insurance Companies, Butke will present “Meteorology and Insurance: How Insurance Companies Manage Natural Catastrophe Risk.” The talk is free and open to the public.
Join Campus Cursive tonight and every Tuesday at 8 p.m. in BA 1000 as we write letters to those who need positivity and support in their lives!
NO cursive is required!
There is no fee to join. We also count as service hours for those who need them.
If you know someone who needs some positivity, come to the meeting, contact us through Direct Message on Twitter or Instagram @BGCampusCursive, or email our President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Recreation Center is a state of the art facility and provides a convenient location where you can be active your way. Try swimming, strength training, or various cardio machines.
Join the Student Recreation Center today for only $139/Individual!
Add Spouse: $70 | Add Dependent: $10
Snowbird Student Recreation Center Individual Membership period:
11/11/19 - 5/15/20 | Offer Ends December 20
Stop by the SRC for a free tour to check out the benefits for yourself!
For More Information:
Student Recreation Center Welcome Desk
419.372.2000 | email@example.com
Department of Recreation and Wellness
Division of Student Affairs
Come join chemistry club for our next meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 6:00 p.m. in 132 Overman Hall. There will be free pizza and our yearly research meeting, where science professors will present their research and you can learn about other opportunities to get into research at BGSU. This meeting is open to everyone, and we hope to see you there!
Old-Time String Band
Nov. 12, 8:00 p.m.
Kobacker Hall, BGSU
Are you eligible to live off-campus next year? Would you like to talk to different rental agencies within the community? We have the event for you!
Come to the Off-Campus Housing Fair TOMORROW, (November 13) from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Olscamp room 101!
Come check us out for a chance to win some awesome prizes which include BGSU swag, 5 meal swipes, a hydroflask, a BG hammock or a lot 7a parking pass for spring semester!
Please reach out to Renee Wott at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
Environmental Action Group will be hosting our Environmental Career Night this Thursday at 7 p.m. in room 114 of the Business Administration Building.
We will have professionals who are in the environmental field present about their jobs so that students can learn about their options. Be sure to attend!
If you have any questions, email us at email@example.com.
The Center for Public Impact invites you to learn about Propel Ohio. Propel Ohio will be at various locations in the Union from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with registration starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 15.
There are various volunteer opportunities available throughout the day, and we would appreciate your help! Volunteers will have the chance to access programs and food to help diminish food waste at the event.
If you're interested please sign up here.
The statistics are staggering. One in five women are sexually assaulted while in college, yet only a fraction of these crimes are reported and even fewer result in punishment for the perpetrators.
It's On Us, Educators in Community & Context, American Association of University Women, and The Cocoon are showing The Hunting Ground, a documentary about campus sexual assault. A small-group discussion is planned after the film to review material from the film with food and drinks provided by AAUW. Good will be first come, first served.
If you are a student in Intro to Education, attending this event counts as professional development. The Cocoon will have an advocate on-site due to the difficult nature of the film.
Date: November 15
Time: 5 - 8 p.m.
Location: 113 Olscamp
For more information:
Megan McDonnell, Feminist Ambassador
Department of Recreation and Wellness
Division of Student Affairs
An outage of ITS database servers will occur from 12:01-3:00 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 17, in order to complete necessary upgrades.
Multiple applications that are dependent on database information may be unavailable during this timeframe. This includes but is not limited to: MyBGSU portal, Class Search/Browse Course Catalog, View My Paycheck, CSS (Campus Solutions), HCM (Human Capital Management), FMS (Financial Management System), uAchieve (degree audit), Agilon (alumni), PaperCut (print management), OnBase (digital content management), Falcon Info (data warehouse), BCOMM (student time collection) and the Web Report Library.
Please direct any questions to Information Technology Services (ITS).
Students, Faculty/Staff and Community Members - you are invited to join us for free coffee and conversation with Dr. Swartz, Medical Director at Falcon Health Center.
Dr. Swartz will be discussing “Whole Health Approach to Sleep, Anxiety, and Wellness” and complementary as well as traditional approaches to sleep issues, anxiety and panic attacks. He will also discuss different perspectives of wellness and what the term means to different groups.
Monday, Nov. 18
10:30 – 11:15 a.m.
Student Recreation Center Conference Room (You do not need to be an SRC member to attend)
For more information:
Health Educator, Department of Recreation and Wellness
Division of Student Affairs
The Black Swamp Players will hold open auditions for The Drowsy Chaperone on November 18 and 19 from 6 – 9 p.m. (Callbacks are November 20.) Auditioners must prepare 32 bars of a song from a musical in the style of The Drowsy Chaperone, wear comfortable clothing for a choreo audition, and be prepared to cold read from the script. Auditioners also should bring clearly marked sheet music for the pianist. All are welcome. Auditions will take place at 115 E. Oak Street, Bowling Green. See our website for additional audition information, including a copy of the audition form. Direct inquiries to Heath Diehl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See presentations by undergraduate students from all disciplines on topics related to diversity in all areas, including culture, ethnicity, race, gender, sexuality, age, disability, and socio-economic status.
Come to the Undergraduate Symposium on Diversity Conference on Wednesday, Nov. 20 in the Lenhart Grand Ballroom, Bowen-Thompson Student Union from 9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Go to bgsu.edu/USDConference for more information, or contact email@example.com.
Follow our Instagram - @bgsucurs and Facebook - @bgsucurs- for some presentation previews!
SAVE THE DATE! The annual Black Issues Conference will take place February 27, 2020. The Keynote Speaker will be announced on November 20th at the Undergraduate Symposium on Diversity.
This year's theme is Words Into Action: Power, Expression, & Activism, and the committee is seeking presentations and creative works that relate to the theme. Other areas of study might include: Arts Activism, Intercommunity Solidarity, Resistance, Empowerment, etc.
Undergraduate and graduate students are particularly encouraged to apply.
For more information or to submit your proposal visit this website.
The deadline to submit is November 29 at 11:59 p.m. You will be notified by Friday, Dec. 20 if your proposal was accepted.
Please direct any questions to Ana Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Popular Culture Scholars Association is seeking abstracts for the Ray Browne Conference for Popular Culture Studies.
Collections, Curation, and Collectors: An Exploration of Gathering
March 6 and 7, 2020
Pallister Conference Room, Jerome Library
This spring PCSA invites scholars who probe popular culture to gather together and consider the meaning of collection, the work of curation, and the objects, meaning, and identities that are visible in scholarship that witnesses and explores the concept of gathering.
Possible topics include:
- Spotlights on particular fans, fandoms, and curation practices.
- Spotlights on personal practices of collection and curation.
Abstract of no more than 250 words should be submitted to: email@example.com.
Submissions should include the presenter(s)’s name, affiliation, and title; the presentation title; and professional contact information for the presenter(s).
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstracts due December 15, 2019
Graduate students from the Department of Political Science are partnering with the Wood County Historical Society to understand the BGSU community’s perspective about its museum & historical center. Please complete the survey and be entered for a chance to win a prize.
Register for RUSN 2160, Post-Communist Russia (#13462 or #14962) this Spring.
This is a BGP-approved course with all readings and activities in English. You'll study contemporary Russian media, music, literature, social trends, and more, along with communist era background. There are still a few seats available, so enroll in a section of RUSN 2160 today!
Did you know that speaking a second language translates into thousands of extra money in your pocket regardless of your career choice? (Forbes.com)
Communication in the workplace is important and many US companies are in need of bilingual employees. BGSU World Languages & Cultures offers instruction in nine languages every semester.
Become a global citizen and expand your WRLD by learning a second language!
Questions? Contact your advisor, or WRLD at 2-2667, or visit bgsu.edu/world.
What are the limits of art, speech, and representability itself in the face of the unspeakable? Does gender matter when an entire people is targeted for extermination? What is the relationship between sexism and racism, between gender and memory?
Explore good and evil, conformity, resistance to violence and authority, prejudice, trauma, memory and survival this Spring in GERM 4030-01/HIST 3910-02/WS 4000-03.
Study ongoing debates in gender theory and the Holocaust as we read historical texts and memoirs written by men and women, view films—Nazi propaganda as well as more recent feature films about the Holocaust, and examine fictional and non-fictional texts that have appeared in the last several decades. This course meets MWF 10:30-11:20 and is taught in English. Enroll today!
We Got Each Other is a weekly discussion series that focuses on black male undergraduate student success in college and beyond. The gatherings provide a welcoming space for fellowship, connection and support and discussions are facilitated by Black male student leaders, faculty and/or staff. Topics vary from week to week, but are primarily focused on what it means to be a Black male at BGSU, career development, the pitfalls as well as the triumphs, how to use the resources, how to ask for help, how to deal with pressures from home, and what it takes to graduate. Topics have ranged from “bringing the hood to campus,” perceptions of “smart” Black males, dating and relationships to current/world events such as domestic abuse, immigration, police violence, homelessness and more.
We Got Each Other will meet November 12 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Multicultural Resource Centers (BTSU 407).
The BGSU Career Center invites you to attend the annual Public Service Career Fair on Wednesday, Nov. 13 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in Bowen-Thompson Student Union, room 228 (Multipurpose Room).
You will have the opportunity to meet recruiters from various public service organizations (criminal justice, social work, education, parks & recreation, government, and much more).
All majors are welcome and please bring copies of your resume and dress professionally!
To learn more about the organizations attending the fair, please visit Handshake.
Public Service Career Fair:
Wednesday, November 13
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Bowen-Thompson Student Union, Room 228 (Multipurpose Room)
To contact the BGSU Career Center, please call 419-372-2356 or email at email@example.com.
Come by the Student Union TODAY between 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. and visit with representatives from Crowne Equipment to learn more about the company and current employment opportunities!
BGSU Marketing & Communications is seeking a student writer to work with the communications manager assigned to Athletics as well as various academic units. The successful candidate will be able to assist with writing, proofreading, quality control and detail-oriented project management.
Please look for the job posting on Handshake. The 15 hour/week position will be filled as soon as possible, involving some training hours before the end of the semester. The position begins with the spring term and then will extend for the 2020-21 academic year.
Come by the Student Union TOMORROW between 2:00-4:00 p.m. and visit with BGSU representatives from Campus Operations to learn more about current employment opportunities!
Recreation and Wellness is hiring in multiple departments! Attend an info session to learn more.
Thursday, Nov. 14, 5 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 15, 1 p.m.
Location: Student Recreation Center Classroom
Open positions for Spring 2020:
- Aquatics Lifeguards and Learn to Swim Instructors
- Student Recreation Center Attendants
- Intramural Attendants and Officials
- Fitness Instructors
- Personal Trainers
Additional Intramural Basketball Clinic Dates
Nov. 19 and 20 | 8 p.m. | PFH Meeting Room
As women of color, our journey at BGSU can be complex, exhausting, rewarding, and challenging. In the spirit of communal learning and healing, Sister to Sister is a space that aims to provide all self-identified women of color support and a chance to come together for discussion around various topics related to how we experiences life at BGSU. Please join us tonight for Sister to Sister from 5:30-7 p.m. Bring a friend! Food will be provided. We look forward to seeing you all.
This space is facilitated by Jasmine Hawthorne from the Office of Residence Life.
Bring Friends and make new ones with UAO and Teaching Kitchen at Friendsgiving! UAO is sponsoring 24 students in making and eating a U.S regional thanksgiving meal on November 14 at 5:30 p.m. in the Oaks! While eating and making delicious food you'll be watching various TV episodes relating to Friendsgiving.
Have any Questions?
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow Us: @BGSU_UAO
- Pimento Cheese Toast- Southern U.S.
- Southwest Black Bean Dip w/ Chips Southwest U.S.
- Cider Glazed Turkey-Midwest U.S.
- Sourdough Stuffing with Sausage and Apple - California
- Green Beans w/ Toasted Hazelnuts- Pacific Northwest
- Marbleized Mashed Root Vegetable-New England
- Cosmopolitan Cranberry Sauce- Mid Atlantic U.S.
- Pumpkin Bark
Leadership is about action! We can use design thinking as the basis for the action plan. A bias toward action is important because we are acting on our words, not just talking about our potential actions. We will be creating an action plan for you to carry out in your leadership development. Friday at 3:30 p.m., 307 BTSU, email email@example.com with any questions.
bGAB is hosting a Social Justice Concert on November 17 from 3-5 p.m. in 115 Education and would like you to be there! You can come and attend or come and perform! We are looking for singers, musicians, poets, writers, and other performers to share their passions with the world. It is $3 in advance to attend. It is $3 per person for a group act, and $5 for a solo act to perform. To register, come to the Center for Public Impact in 100 University Hall. For more information or any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Together we can make a difference!
Dr. Thomas Gibson, Vice President for Student Affairs, is setting aside time to meet with students to hear about their BGSU experience. Come with questions, concerns, positive feedback--whatever you think he should know about being a student at BGSU. You can sign up as a small group or an individual, but all sessions will be shared with other students.
Meetings will take place on Monday, Nov. 18, and you can choose from two time slots: 1:30-2:30 p.m. or 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Please RSVP by emailing your name, phone number, and preferred time to email@example.com.
Bowling Green Alternative Breaks (bGAB) partners with nonprofits across the country to focus on different social issues on student-led service trips. We have one more spot left for our winter trips. Come to the CPI in 100 University Hall. Bring a credit or debit card to make your $50 nonrefundable deposit. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Creating Art as a Catalyst for Social Change - Pittsburgh, PA
We will be partnering with local art nonprofits that use artistic collaborations as a means for empowering individuals, strengthening communities and sparking social change.
Dates: December 14-21, 2019
Focus: Art and Community Organizing
Who: Calling all Graduate Students
What: Take a break & find your balance
When: November 19, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Eppler South Gym
Why: There is a lot going on in grad school. Vinyasa yoga meets us right where we are (in the middle of all that movement) and brings us back home to ourselves. Come join your fellow grad students in flow and community!
How: Join us in a beginner level vinyasa class. There is no previous yoga experience required. There will be a balance of slow flow and focus on alignment, as well as a brief meditation.
Bring: A yoga mat or towel
Questions? Cori Pryor (class instructor and fellow grad student)
Resort and Attraction Management program is hosting an open house in the PIT Lounge on November 13, from 12 to 1. Stop by and meet the faculty program director and learn about the collaboration with Cedar Fair and the next steps in getting started in the program. You can also review your degree plan with a member of the Academic and Career Counseling team.
Coffee and Conversation: Informal Discussion of BGSU's General Education Program
Please join Donna Nelson-Beene, Director of BGSU’s BG Perspective general education program, and Jessica Turos, Associate Director of Academic Assessment, for informal discussion regarding the following:
Especially recommended for new faculty and anyone who teaches BGP courses.
Register for a Coffee and Conversation session.
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.
Participants are asked to bring a laptop.
Register for a Canvas 101 workshop.
ITS needs your assistance upgrading Windows 7 university devices to Windows 10, in order to meet Microsoft’s Windows 7 end-of-support deadline of January 14, 2020.
If you have a Windows 7 device that you would like to upgrade immediately, or if you would like to have your devices upgraded in the next week, contact ITS. Devices will be unavailable for use during the 6-8 hour upgrade process.
If you do not personally contact ITS, all Windows 7 secondary university devices will be upgraded on a targeted, weekly building schedule defined by ITS.
Unsure if your device is already running on Windows 10? Review this article.
If you have devices that are no longer in use, please contact ITS to have them picked up and returned to inventory.
For more information on the Windows 10 Upgrade visit bgsu.edu/windows10.
110 Hayes Hall
Project SEA Change is now accepting applications for the 2020 Ventures Grant Program.
Ventures awards support faculty (individuals or teams) who wish to explore, implement, or research innovation in STEM teaching. It is also open to non-STEM faculty who are teaching courses that aim to enhance students’ quantitative skills.
Funding is flexible according to need. We anticipate 4-10 ($5,000-$20,000) awards for 2020, for initiatives targeting individual courses or broader curricular revisions focused on active learning and/or quantitative literacy.
Applications are due December 6 by e-mail to email@example.com.
Check your email or see your Department Chair for the RFP and application procedures.