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Homecoming 2010 is October 1-2
Revisit the faces and places that made your years at BGSU memorable! From the parade and pep rally to Falcon football against Buffalo, there will be plenty to do to stir your Falcon spirit during Homecoming at BGSU.
BGSU receives grant for green renovations, education
One building at BGSU is getting a green makeover and students and faculty will reap the benefits. The project is the result of the University’s successful application for an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant.
BGSU names dean of education college
Dr. Brad Colwell, a professor and associate dean at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, has been appointed the next dean of BGSU’s College of Education and Human Development.
Falcons place third at National Collegiate Sevens Rugby Tournament
On June 6, the team won the consolation round of the National Collegiate Sevens Rugby Tournament in Columbus, beating Arizona State 32-12 in front of a national television audience.
Help build Falcon history, one brick at a time
Falcon fans are invited to purchase a brick paver that will be permanently installed in the Falcon Spirit Plaza just outside the Stroh Center, opening in fall 2011.
BGSU workshops culminate in Brooklyn musical
Key Changes, a musical written by Dr. Michael Ellison with musical arrangements by Damian Stout—both from BGSU—opens at Brooklyn's Harry Warren Theatre July 9.
Stay current on 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
Tailgating, athletics go greener with state grant · BGSU art galleries announce third annual NOWOH Art Show · BGSU breaks ground on new environmentally friendly dining center