Letter from the President: Redefining student success
This fall semester brings exciting news for Bowling Green State University! The Wall Street Journal recently ranked us No. 3 among America’s public universities for teaching quality. And when our students were asked if they would choose BGSU again, they overwhelmingly said yes, placing us No. 1 in the Midwest for student satisfaction.WSJ rankings are just the beginning
Scot Loeffler has a formula for success
BGSU Football Coach Scot Loeffler, who played quarterback at Michigan before spending more than two decades as a college and NFL assistant coach, has learned from Lloyd Carr, Frank Beamer, and former BGSU Head Coach Urban Meyer. He assembled a coaching staff with more than 90 years of top-tier experience.New coach draws up plan to succeed
BGSU celebrates 10 under 10 alumni
Award recognizes alumni who have risen quickly in their ﬁeldsLearn about BGSU's fast-rising alumni
Q&A with BGSU Hockey Head Coach Ty Eigner
Alumnus with NCAA Tournament experience as player, coach takes helmGet to know Hockey Coach Ty Eigner
BGSU celebrates 50 years en España
Bowling Green State University recently celebrated 50 years of its Spain Education Abroad program, which is conducted in partnership with Centro Universitario Cardenal Cisneros (CUCC) in Alcalá de Henares, located on the outskirts of culture-rich Madrid. The three-day celebration included an agreement renewal ceremony.
BGSU alumni well represented on Ohio governor's cabinet
Randy Gardner ’81, ’87; Sheryl Maxfield ’8; Laurie Stevenson ’88 named as cabinet directorsThree alumni working on governor's cabinet
BGSU alumnus, Emmy Award-winning actor Tim Conway dies at 85
Comedian co-starred on “The Carol Burnett Show”Comedic actor got his start at BGSU
We were so excited to welcome back alumni to their home, Bowling Green State University. There were so many opportunities to meet old friends and make new acquaintances. This year, we unveiled a new event called Falconland, where alumni and community members were invited to explore 20 points of interest all around campus. Participants discovered aquatic life housed in the marine biology lab, and their bravery was tested on the rock climbing wall at the Student Recreation Center. They got an inside look of the human body with the virtual reality dissection and anatomy and watched glass, heat and air become art at our glass blowing studio before heading over for snacks at the interactive Teaching Kitchen. We also honored several graduates by celebrating a new class of the Academy of Distinguished Alumni, getting to know our 10 Under 10 Spotlight Panel and visiting with the Class of 1969. We ran a 5K, toasted alumni craft brewers and gathered at the Doyt to cheer on the football team. A fun time was had by all, and we’re already counting down the days until we see you next year. Ay Ziggy!
Updated: 01/05/2022 03:28PM