Katie Wilson at work in her classroom
STUDENT'S ILLUSTRATIONS ENHANCE MOORE BOOK
It was an exciting day when the package containing Katie Wilson's copy of "The Hidden Power of Smell: How Chemicals Influence Our Lives and Behavior" arrived in her mailbox. "My parents and other family and friends came over to watch me unwrap it," she said, "and we had a little celebration of my first published illustrations."
When she was a senior art education major at BGSU and doing her student teaching, Wilson provided more than 35 illustrations for the popular science book being written by Dr. Paul Moore, biology, which was recently published.
WATCH KUTZ'S TEDx TOLEDO TALK ONLINE
Dr. Matt Kutz, School of Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies, delivered a TEDx Toledo talk on Sept. 17 on his theory of contextual leadership. Held at the Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art, the event featured a number of speakers addressing engaging topics under the theme of "The Long View."
Watch Kutz's talk on YouTube.
Dr. Jodi Haney, professor emerita in the School of Teaching and Learning and the School of Earth, Environment and Society, also spoke at the event. Watch Zoom News for the upcoming link to her talk.
STIPEND AVAILABLE TO FACULTY HATCH MENTORS
Faculty, do any of your students have an idea that will make a difference? Encourage BGSU undergraduate and graduate students to apply to The Hatch. Individuals or teams of up to three may apply. Faculty members working with Hatchlings or Hatchling Teams as a content mentor will receive a $1,000 stipend toward their professional development fund.