Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies
- Aaron Crouse, sport management alumnus and a student in the BGSU Honors Program during 2012 - 2013, was recognized as one of the recipients of the Mayeux Award for Outstanding Honors Project. His project entitled Factors Affecting Attendance At Selected BGSU Athletics Events was completed under the direction of Dr. Jacquelyn Cuneen and Dr. Ray Schneider, Aaron's professors in the Sport Management Program, and Dr. Lee Meserve from Biological Sciences. Of the 100 honors projects completed during 2012-2013, 60 were eligible for the Mayeux Award, and four recipients were recognized. Aaron received a plaque and a $250 cash prize, congratulations, Aaron!
- Tourism, Leisure and Even Planning Student Ellen Dotson makes major life changes following a tragedy - Link.
- Aaron Crouse, a sport management senior, completed a project as part of the BGSU Honors Program during the 2012-13 academic year. Aaron was recognized as one of the recipients of the Mayeux Award for Outstanding Honors Project. His project was entitled Factors Affecting Attendance At Selected BGSU Athletics Events; he received a plaque and a $250 cash prize. Aaron's advisors on the project were Ray Schneider, Jackie Cuneen, and Lee Meserve from Biological Sciences. There were 100 honors projects completed this year, of which 60 were eligible for the Mayeux Award, with four recipients recognized yesterday. Aaron is thrilled with his award, but he is even more excited for the visibility this brings to the sport management program and our School. Way to go, Aaron and his advisors, Ray and Jackie!
- Sport management students help with the Super Bowl - Link.
- BGSU Athletic Training grad credited with detecting volleyball player's cancer - Link.
- Stephanie Dyer, Athletic Training graduate student, received exceptional presentation honors at the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting & Symposium for her poster presentation titled "Multiple Intelligence Theory in Athletic Training."
- Tourism, Leisure, and Event Planning students organized and ran heritage food demonstrations for the Wood County Historical Center & Museum's opening spring event (see pages 11 & 16) - Link.
- BGSU undergraduate Amy Van Huffel (Sport Management) was awarded the Women’s Studies Scholarship at the 2011 Women’s Studies Symposium. In addition BGSU graduate students Courtney Robinson (Kinesiology Specialization) and her co-presenter Katie Barak (ACS) received the Outstanding Graduate Student Presentation Award. Congratulations to all three on their accomplishments
- Tourism, Leisure, and Event Planning students at BGSU hosted a tea party for the senior residents of Heritage Corner in Bowling Green - Link.