|BGSU breaks ground on its future
On Sept. 3, BGSU embarked on what President Carol Cartwright called “one of the most significant building and remodeling programs in our history.”
|Happy 100th, BGSU!
In concert with other campus-wide festivities in 2010, the Centennial Alumni & Friends Weekend will feature a Saturday night birthday party. Join us for the summer fun!
Commercializing its intellectual property starts to pay off for BGSU
Six months after operations began, customers had bought into Blue Water Satellite Inc. enough that the BGSU spinoff company could make its first royalty payment back to the University.
BGSU honors 1959 team that captured national title
Members of that special Falcon football team returned to campus for the 50th anniversary and were recognized during halftime of the Oct. 3 Homecoming game against Ohio.
Alumni Laureate Scholarship applications due November 13
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.
Ticket information for 2009-10 Falcon Athletics
Click here for information on discounted rates and packages for football, hockey, basketball and more. The BGSU ticket office can also be reached at 877-BGSU-TICKET.
Share a BGSU memory
Have a favorite or special story about a faculty or staff member at BGSU? Share your story as part of the Centennial celebration.
BGSU biologists' work published in Nature
The research of two BGSU biologists into Phytophthora infestans, the dangerous water mold that was responsible for the Irish potato famine, was included in the Sept. 9 issue of Nature.
Falcon alum Patricia Best named 2009 Renaissance Fund honoree
Educator Patricia L. Best '67 has been named Penn State University’s 2009 Renaissance Fund honoree and will be recognized at the 33rd annual Renaissance Fund dinner.
Postcard book showcases Donahue's 'art cars'
For Dr. Matthew Donahue, popular culture, a car is more than a vehicle. In his hands, what most would call a “junker” is transformed instead into an “art car.”
Stay current about the Stroh Center and Wolfe Center for the Arts
The Stroh Center and the 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