Bowling Green State University
   
The College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering
STEM in the Park
The college had several exhibits for the young minds who attended STEM in the Park on September 24. From making concrete to building houses to operating robotics to taking pictures in a photo booth, our departments demonstrated what makes science, technology, engineering and math so much fun!

A message from the Dean
With the students, alumni, faculty and staff never having a shortage of ideas and activities, the college is happy to share some of the excitement with you. Going forward, our newsletter will be published four times a year.

The college has a very active and dynamic community, who are involved in a variety of collaborative events, and you will find some of those stories in this newsletter. With activities such as the Student Construction Management Association golf outing, and the tent full of building-related activities for kids at the Black Swamp Arts Festival, job fairs, activities for kids at STEM in the Park, high school student teams participating in the Falcon BEST Robotics competition, flight teams participating in the NIFA Region III competition, the American Institute of Architecture student design competition, the list is virtually endless.

We had a great time seeing many alumni back at this year’s Homecoming. We even had some prospective students visiting the homecoming tent, who we hope will choose BGSU and, after a few years, graduate and join the ranks of our alumni, and then visit us again at a future homecoming!

In yet another sign of growth, our Tech Stores will be relocating to a new location not far from its old location, into the middle of the various laboratories in the Technology Building. This move creates space needed for a new robotics laboratory, and students and faculty will find the new location and services of the Tech Stores equally effective.

As always, I would like to remind you that we would love to hear from students, alumni, community partners, faculty, staff, and friends of the college; so feel free to contact cot@bgsu.edu or me, whether you have a comment or suggestion about this newsletter or any aspect of the college, or share a news item that might be of interest to the readers of this newsletter. Also, please keep us informed of any changes in your email and physical address, so we can remain in touch.

Regards,

Venu Dasigi
Interim Dean, College of Architecture, Applied Engineering and Technology



BGSU graduate students Simon Adamtey and Lameck Onsarigo provide road construction answers BGSU graduate students Simon Adamtey and Lameck Onsarigo provide road construction answers
Falcon BEST robotics competition attracts record number of participants Falcon BEST robotics competition attracts record number of participants
BGSU hosts safety and flight evaluation competition BGSU hosts safety and flight evaluation competition
College partners with Firelands for homecoming event College partners with Firelands for homecoming event
News
AIA recognizes architecture with first time grant and invitation
Tech Stores has moved