Changing Lives for the World

More than $110 million has been raised BGSU’s comprehensive campaign, which has a goal of $200 million. Nearly 14,000 individuals made outright gifts, new pledges, gifts-in-kind and new planned gifts in 2016-17. The premiere included inspirational stories from students, faculty and alumni who are changing lives for the world.

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Three keys to Honda's success

When Jeff Tomko, Bob Nelson and Tom Lake graduated from BGSU in December 1986, they might as well have been given keys to Honda along with their diplomas. The three alumni all started working in January 1987 at Honda of America’s purchasing division in Marysville, Ohio.

The Birds and the Bees

Before BGSU Falcon Flames Laren (Weber) ’07 and Chris Kowalczyk ’07 started their beekeeping journey, they didn’t know much about bees and were relatively afraid of them. But they understand them more now, and have a great respect for these smart little insects that are so integral to our lives.

Jay Crawford is giving back to his alma mater, BGSU

To Jay Crawford ’87, BGSU is more than just his alma mater. The University transformed him and gave him a foundation that would help build a 30-year career in sports journalism on some of the medium’s biggest platforms. Now, he is giving back as an executive in residence.

Updated: 06/15/2021 10:56AM