Success through advocacy
From his beginnings in BGSU's College of Education and Human Development, Derek Eiler '93 has expanded the school's vision and was recently profiled in its Connexus newsletter.
Volunteer Leader Spotlight
Patrick Ryan '74, current Chair of the BGSU Foundation Board of Directors, is president of The PDR Group and has established an endowed professorship in biology wth his wife Debra.
Conda scholarship rewards working students
Often, real-world experience is necessary to achieve academic success - something Joseph and Judith Conda recognize and will help foster through a scholarship they've established.
Fellow Falcons flock (and feast) together
Flock to the Bowling Green area for a feast to be remembered! Join in on the fun and volunteer to host a feast as current students and alumni build bonds over a delicious meal.
Making an impact
Any scholarship has the potential to inspire positive change in a student's life or career - and as Megan Smith notes, this was especially true as recipient of the Hal McGrady Scholarship.
Advancing the vision of a premier learning community
BGSU Alumni and Development, with endorsements from the President and Foundation Board,
has formed the first Regional Advancement Strategy Cabinet in the Cleveland region.
Bringing the best in music to campus
The Dorothy E. and DuWayne H. Hansen Musical Arts Series attracts advocates of the musical arts to share their talents with students and residents of the community.
Preparing for tomorrow's financial decisions today
BGSU Student Money Management Services will sponsor a free conference on November 8 regarding the recent personal finance education mandate for Ohio's high schools.
Upcoming events to match a variety of Falcon tastes
Late fall and early 2008 will see a wide range of alumni events, including Mamma Mia! in Detroit (just in time for Valentine's Day) and The Lion King's debut in Toledo.
Voting for excellence at the Doyt and beyond
When the votes are tallied for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award, sportsmanship, academic excellence and community involvement will be judged with points and yardage.