TRUSTEES APPROVE HONORARY NAMINGS, FACILITIES UPGRADES
The BGSU Board of Trustees approved the naming of several University facilities to honor supporters at its annual pre-Homecoming meeting, on Sept. 30. In addition, the board also authorized upgrades to the Moore Musical Arts Center, Ice Arena and two campus electrical load centers.
“As we prepare to celebrate Homecoming and welcome alumni back to the University, we’re mindful of not only providing a great educational experience for our students but also the necessity of being good stewards of the physical and financial health of this learning environment,” said President Mary Ellen Mazey. “We’re grateful to those alumni and friends who join us in making this a wonderful place to grow and gain in knowledge.”
The audio recording studio in the newly renovated and named Michael & Sara Kuhlin Center, now home to the School of Media and Communication, will be known as the Robert J. and Mary L. A. Stanton Audio Recording Studio. The board approved the naming in recognition of the support of the Stantons. While an undergraduate majoring in psychology at BGSU, 1972 graduate Robert Stanton was a D.J. in the studios at WBGU with a particular interest in audio recordings. He went on to a distinguished career as an educator.