U.S. News & World Report ranked the University's eCampus among the nation’s best in four categories in its Best Online Programs rankings.
After a four-year hiatus, TEDxBGSU returned to campus to amplify the University's mission as a public university for the public good.
National & Regional Spotlight
Redefining Student Success
Senior nationally recognized for work to make education more inclusive, culturally responsive
Arianna Bustos has dedicated her studies to creating learning environments that support the needs of students of color.
Honors chemistry student to attend prestigious ACS conference
Brie Bradshaw is among a select group that will attend this year’s prestigious LEADS Conference, to be hosted by the American Chemical Society this July in Washington, D.C., where she will meet with some of the world’s top chemists, scientists and professionals.
Research & Innovation
Who regulates AI? BGSU researcher goes international to study the rules of artificial intelligence
Dr. Stefan Fritsch and his family spent a year in Florence, Italy, after being awarded a fellowship with the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute.
BGSU scientists have received a USDA grant to study soil health and improved agricultural practices as part of collaborative statewide research into watersheds.
Diversity & Belonging
Community collaboration: First-ever ‘Art of Diversity’ highlights artists from Wood, Lucas and Erie counties
The visual and performance arts showcase offered local artists an opportunity to create reflective works that highlight the meaning of diversity.
Latino Student Union celebrates 50 years of fostering belonging for BGSU students
Founded in 1972, the BGSU Latino Student Union provides a welcoming space where people from Latinx and all backgrounds can learn and grow.
Updated: 05/04/2022 02:21PM