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BGSU Magazine: Fall 2010

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Changing lives through surgical innovation

Organ transplant pioneer Jimmy Light ’60 found the inspiration for his life’s work from an “amazing teacher.”

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Taking on the Appalachian Trail

Very few have hiked all 2,179 miles … Andy Niekamp ’83 is one of only 30 to go end-to-end three times.

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People magazine recognizes a ‘Hero Among Us’

Finding inspiration from others, Dena Krishnan ’07 ‘pays it forward’ in rural Appalachia.

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Proving the “Dismal Science” is anything but!

Famed economist Bill Easterly ’79 points to local solutions to Third World problems.

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Laying the foundation for women’s athletics

Dorothy Luedtke ’47, ’50 is the pioneering figure generally credited with showing young women a half century ago that they could compete on an intercollegiate level, the same as the men.

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