"BGSU is an easy place to become the best version of yourself...I feel like a better person because I have been exposed to different people and experiences. There is a place for everyone here at BGSU, and if you don't find it you can create it."
- Marjorie Williams '16
Greg Grecco '17
Greg conducted research with Dr. Jon Sprague, the director of the Ohio Attorney General's Center for the Future of Forensic Science at BGSU, to understand how the chemical changes made to drugs in clandestine labs change how they affect the body. Their paper was published by American Chemical Society Publications. Greg and Dr. Sprague are writing their second study for publication.
Erika Nalow '17
Erika is a double major in guitar performance with a jazz emphasis and jazz studies in alto sax, interned at Sound Stage Studios in Nashville, recorded an original song for her Honors Project, was president and founding member of the Music Industry Club and president of the Student Jazz Association. She is currently attending graduate school earning a Master of Fine Arts in Recording Arts and Technologies.
Neisha Medina '17
Neisha was a pre-med major and her focus was Biology. She was able to conduct research under the direction of Dr. Raymond Larsen. Neisha was involved in many activities during her time at BGSU including the Honors Learning Community, AIMS program, a member of the BGSU TRIO program, and the student recruitment team. When Neisha reflects back on her time at BGSU, " being in the Honors College has helped me tremendously. The professors encourage critical thinking and a very hands-on approach that I feel is very important for the medical field. We are taught to brainstorm, to find out what things mean, and to look at a variety of different perspectives"