Bowling Green Council of Teachers of Mathematics (BGCTM)

The Bowling Green Council of Teachers of Mathematics (BGCTM) is a student organization that promotes professional development for aspiring mathematics teachers.

BGCTM welcomes all Adolescent/Young Adult, Middle Childhood, and Inclusive Early Childhood Education majors. Guest speakers and various activities broaden students’ knowledge and understanding of how to teach and grow as educators. BGCTM establishes a way for students from common majors to interact and learn from one another. You can develop your passion for teaching by joining BGCTM!


  1. Complete the online BGCTM Application.
  2. Download, print, and fill out the BGCTM Membership Payment Form.
  3. Turn in the completed payment form and $10 (cash or check) to the BGSU Cashier Window (Bursar Office) in the Administration Building. 

Check your membership

2018-2019 Executive Board


Miranda Fox



Mackenzie Murray

Vice President of AYA


Morgan Bannister

Vice President of MCE


Ezekiel Ferrell

Vice President of IEC


Scott Knapke

Public Relations Chair


Katelyn Kundtz

Membership Chair

Upcoming BGCTM Meetings and Events

  • Wednesday, February 27th - Presentation by GGSU Senior Lecturer, Christy Miller @ 7:00PM in BA 1007
  • Monday, March 25th - Joint meeting with ONU students and presentation led by Dr. Gabriel Matney from 6:30-8:30PM
  • Thursday, April 11th - Presentation led by OCTM President Jodie Bailey
  • Saturday, May 4th - Literacy in the Park from 10:00AM - 2:00PM in Perry Field House

Meetings and Accomplishments of 2017/2018

  • Thursday, September 13th - Presentation by UNLV math education professor and former BGSU Emeritus Professor of mathematics, Dr. William Speer @ 6:30PM in Olscamp 117
  • Saturday, September 29th - STEM in the Park from 9:30AM - 2:00PM in the Perry Field House
  • Thursday, October 4th - Fresmen Panel followed by Math Trivia Night @ 7:30PM in Olscamp 117
  • Wednesday, October 24th - Joint meeting with engineering preservice teacher at Ohio Northern University
  • Wednesday, December 5th - Presentation by Findlay High School math teacher, Maria Nielsen @ 7:30PM in 210 Math Science