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April 16, 2007
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Drs. James Michael Smith and James Matthew Smith

Dr. James Michael Smith and Dr. James Matthew Smith

Changes in BGSU Firelands leadership announced

After six years as dean of BGSU Firelands, Dr. James Michael Smith of Fremont is leaving that post July 1 to work full time as vice president for economic development and regional growth.

President Sidney Ribeau named Smith to the vice presidency last August. Since then, Smith has divided his time between the two campuses. Ribeau recently asked the Firelands dean to focus all his attention on enhancing opportunities for comprehensive University-business collaboration throughout the region.

Dr. James Matthew Smith of Milan, associate dean of engagement and outreach at Firelands and no relation to the current dean, will serve a two-year term as interim dean of the college beginning July 1, Dr. Mark Gromko, interim provost, has announced.
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What’s the best site for a ‘factory farm’? BGSU student’s model may help
Ryan Dickerson, a graduate student in geology, believes DRASTIC action is a good way to determine the best sites for confined animal feeding operations, sometimes known as “factory farms.”
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Nicky Damania named winner of Miguel Ornelas Award
This year’s recipient of the Miguel Ornelas Award is Nicky Damania, a graduate assistant in the Center for Multicultural and Academic Initiatives, where he created and runs the center’s LGBTA-Q (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Ally-Queer/ Questioning) Resource Center.
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BGSU to host OhioDance Festival
The OhioDance Festival comes to the University for the first time in its 30-year history Friday-Sunday (April 20-22), with activities scheduled in the Eppler Complex and the Eva Marie Saint Theatre in University Hall.
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Family breakfast
Continuing and Extended Education hosted a “celebrity wait” breakfast April 12 to help raise money for the Family Campaign.
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