BGSU gets triple notice in 'America's Best Colleges'
The report is in, and BGSU has reason to celebrate. The 2009-10 edition of U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” cites the University for excellence in undergraduate education in three categories—a strong commitment to teaching, first-year experience programs and learning communities.
Class of 1968 celebrates Jerome's legacy
with faculty award
As a dedicated group of Falcon alumni celebrated its 40th reunion in 2008, members of the Reunion Committee established the William T. Jerome Memorial Presidential Faculty Award. The award recognizes Jerome's advocacy for capable and involved educators, continuing his legacy at BGSU. Class of '68 alumni talk about the experience here.
Volunteer Leader Spotlight
Jan Ruma '86, '92, chair of the BGSU Alumni Board of Directors, sheds light on her role as a Falcon volunteer and how others like her make a difference on campus and beyond.
Ticket information for 2009 BGSU football
Click here for information on season tickets, discounted rates and packages for group tickets and more. The BGSU ticket office can also be reached at 877-BGSU-TICKET.
A former BG News reporter shares memories of Woodstock
Seattle City Council Member Nick Licata '69 recently reminisced about the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, which he covered as a reporter for the BG News.
BGSU, state of Ohio commit $4 million to ice arena renovations
President Carol Cartwright announced July 30 that the University will commit $2.5 million in capital improvement funds toward the renovation of its ice arena. This is in addition to $1.5 million in funding from the state of Ohio.
Digital arts alumni awarded for video-game character creations
James Maloney and Greg Wark, recent graduates of BGSU's digital arts program, were among award winners in the 3D Games division of GameJam!, an international video-game competition.
Alumni Laureate Scholarship application now available
Applications for the Alumni Laureate Scholarship, among the most prestigious awarded by BGSU, are due November 13. Refer an incoming first-year student here for details.
BGSU takes classes to community at new site
BGSU has extended its community outreach with the opening of classes in Perrysburg. A ribbon-cutting was recently hosted by President Carol Cartwright, who said the newly renovated facility is “designed to bring education and services to working professionals near where they work, live and play.”
Share a BGSU memory
We are seeking stories from alumni that recall favorite faculty or staff members, or special experiences that have impacted their lives. The stories will be shared at some of the special Centennial events or in University publications about the Centennial.
Stay current about the Stroh Center and Wolfe Center for the Arts
The upcoming Stroh Center and Wolfe Center for the Arts will enhance BGSU's campus as well as its many diverse learning communities. Get the latest news and info on the projects in our online media rooms: Stroh Center | Wolfe Center for the Arts