|Volunteer leader spotlight
Carolynn Aldrich Ziance '96, chair of the BGSU Alumni Board of Directors, talks about her involvement with the Board its impact on the wider alumni community.
||Best foot forward
John Pol '05 looks to take his budding shoe and orthotic business beyond the Cincinnati area - and with $200,000 in first-year sales alone, he's well on his way to doing just that.
Falcon alum Antonio Daniels carves his niche in the NBA
Daniels led BGSU to the 1996-97 Mid-American Conference regular season championship by averaging 24 points and 6.8 assists that season, and now plays for the Washington Wizards.
Arts contribute $2.4 billion annually to region's economy, study finds
Dr. Michael Carroll, a BGSU economist and director of the Center for Regional Development, recently delivered results of his study on the impact of the arts on BGSU's regional economy.
BGSU's MBA program high on Princeton Review's list
BGSU has an outstanding business college, and is especially strong in the opportunities it provides for minority students, according to The Princeton Review.
National Center for Marriage Research to be established at BGSU
The federal Department of Health and Human Services will explore "dramatic shifts in patterns of marriage and childbearing" through a new National Center for Marriage Research at BGSU.
Alumni from BGSU, UT see greater involvement in annual Blood Bowl
For 2007, The American Red Cross has teamed with the BGSU Alumni Association to compete with the University of Toledo for blood donations on campus from November 12 - 16.
Giving to BGSU a great way to finish 2007
As the holiday season approaches and end-of-year traditions get under way, one to consider is a contribution to your alma mater: quick, easy and tax-deductible before December 31.
Reserve your space now for 2008 "Heart of Alaska" Cruise and Land Tour
The BGSU Alumni Association is pleased to offer the chance to experience Alaska, including Glacier Bay National Park, Mt. McKinley, Denali National Park, Anchorage and Fairbanks.