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Schmidthorst College of Business recognized as a Top 15 program for academic experience
Bowling Green State University’s Schmidthorst College of Business has been named among the Top 15 best public undergraduate business programs for academic experience in the U.S. by Poets & Quants. The academic experience category is based on alumni survey data from the Classes of 2019 and 2020, demonstrating their level of satisfaction with the education they received and their employment outcome.
The online publication for undergraduate business education news released its 2023 Best Undergraduate Business Schools ranking on March 1.
The Schmidthorst College of Business ranks No. 73 overall for undergraduate business programs in the nation, and in Ohio is No. 3 for undergraduate business programs and No. 2 for academic experience.
BGSU Nutrition Clinic receives 5-year approval for Diabetes Prevention Program
The hard work of Dr. Kerri Knippen and the BGSU Nutrition Clinic has paid off in a way that impacts students and the public good as the clinic has received full recognition of its Diabetes Prevention Program by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The BGSU Nutrition Clinic was launched in 2021 and provides free virtual nutrition education and medical nutrition therapy for local residents who otherwise would not have access to nutrition services while providing an educational experience for dietetic students and interns. The clinic's new five-year Full Plus Recognition of the Diabetes Prevention Program - Prevent T2- was achieved in March and the clinic is now recruiting for its second session.
The free, virtual program aims to help reduce diabetes in Wood County residents by using a CDC-approved curriculum that promotes lifestyle changes such as healthy eating, physical activity and managing stress. BGSU faculty and staff are also eligible to participate in the program and a healthcare providers' referral is required. Assess your risk and contact your provider to fill out the referral form.
Education major Kyrsten Stuckey named Ping Student Service Award recipient
Ohio Campus Compact has announced BGSU education student Kyrsten Stuckey as a 2023 Charles J. Ping Student Service Award recipient. This annual award recognizes and honors undergraduate students for their outstanding leadership and contributions to community service or service-learning on their campus and within their community.
Stuckey is highly involved at BGSU, serving as president of the National Pan-Hellenic Council and as a President's Leadership Academy scholar, a student ambassador in the College of Education and Human Development and a resident success mentor in the Office of Residence Life. She also gave the keynote address during this year's Symposium on Diversity and delivered a talk during TEDxBGSU.
"It's important to give back to your communities, not only to be of service, but to also remember that kindness and care go a long way. While I am involved in several organizations that require highly valued service, I do it because it is important to me. I want to ensure that I am leaving a legacy of care and servitude," Stuckey wrote in her Ping profile.
The award is named in honor of Charles J. Ping, who served as president of Ohio University from 1975-1994 and was an early supporter and board member of Ohio Campus Compact.
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Updated: 03/31/2023 01:11PM