Stroh Center design unveiled
The University revealed the design of the Stroh Center—its new, 5,000-seat arena—on Dec. 3. Greg Christopher, assistant vice president of student affairs and director of athletics, showed off architectural renderings to nearly 150 supporters at an evening reception.
Construction of the state-of-the-art center is slated to begin in fall 2009 and be completed in late 2011.
Faculty, student research celebrated at annual conference
The creative and scholarly accomplishments of faculty and students were on display Nov. 6 at the seventh annual BGSU Research Conference.
BGSU contributes to AAC&U initiative
The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) has selected BGSU to be one of 12 campuses in the nation to be part of researching the value of education.
Encore: Charitable IRA legislation passed
Good news for individuals aged 70 ½ or older with individual retirement accounts: Thanks to the extended charitable IRA legislation, you can once again make outright gifts using IRA funds without tax complications.
Helping mothers give voice to hearing-impaired infants
How hearing-impaired infants develop skills, and what can be done to help them use language and speech effectively, are the goals of a nearly $2 million project of two BGSU faculty members.
Campus gives generously to those in need
Through the United Way/Northwest Ohio Community Shares annual campaign, BGSU recently presented a check for $102,119 to the Wood County United Way office.
NISDM classes offered to alumni, spouses
BGSU alumni and their spouses can take classes from the National Institute for the Study of Digital Media through the end of 2008.