The BGSU College of Education and Human Development is located in Bowling Green, Ohio within driving distance to Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Detroit and Chicago. The college is nationally ranked by US News & World Report as one of the top programs for education. The inclusive early childhood education program is an innovative, dual-licensure program in the state of Ohio that prepares undergraduate teacher education candidates for employment in general education, special education and inclusive environments. Our apparel merchandise and product development major is ranked 25 in the Midwest and 75th nationally as one of the top fashion merchandising programs in the U.S. The College of Education and Human Development encompasses majors from exercise science to middle childhood education. Students who graduate from EDHD earn a well-rounded education and have the opportunity to complete field-experiences as early as their freshman year.
Sports medicine students attend, compete at regional meeting
Three sports medicine students earned a Top 10 quiz bowl placing at the recent Midwest Regional Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine 2018 annual meeting. Several more students attended the meeting. Read More
Dr. Casey Sacks named to U.S. Dept. of Education role
Dr. Casey Sacks has been named deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education. Dr. Sacks earned her Ph.D. from BGSU in Higher Education and Student Affairs.
Addressing gender equity, technology issues in global classrooms
BGSU recently welcomed educators from 21 countries to participate in an intensive six-week education and gender equity professional development program on campus. Read More
Professor Matney Receives Prestigious Cummins Award
Each year, the Ohio Council of Teachers and Mathematics recognizes outstanding teachers, professors, emerging leaders and friends of mathematics. Read More
Jan Heppe ’74: Choices ‘will define your life’s journey’
Bowling Green State University alumna and home economics program graduate Jan Heppe ’74 addressed the Class of 2018 on December 15 at the Stroh Center. Heppe advised graduate candidates from the colleges of Arts and Sciences and Education and Human Development that choices “will define your life’s journey.”
Professor Brahier and ACTION program prepare tomorrow’s mathematics and science students
Nationwide, schools are struggling to find well-qualified teachers in mathematics and science. Daniel Brahier, Ph.D. and the ACTION program are helping to change this. Read More