Free hearing, speech screenings offered
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month. To celebrate, the BGSU Speech and Hearing Clinic is offering free hearing screenings, hearing aid cleanings and speech/language screenings on May 18 and 27.
The screenings are open to the University community and the public, for adults and children of all ages. To schedule an appointment, call 2-2515.
The clinic is in 200 Health Center.
Learn about upcoming go-live at town hall meeting
The Thursday (May 14) BG@100 town hall meeting will focus on the changes that will result from the planned Campus Solutions go-live the weekend of May 15. Included will be the conversion of grades, Financial Aid SAP and Student Records HEI Reporting. This will be the ninth of 11 planned go-lives.
The meeting will be held from 11 a.m. to noon in 113 Olscamp Hall and will be teleconferenced to 1003 Cedar Point Center at BGSU Firelands.
Additional details about the BG@100 project are available at the project Web site, www.bgsu.edu/bgat100. Information regarding the May go-live is available at: http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/cio/page66295.html.
Fifth annual Office of the CIO golf outing slated
The Office of the CIO extends an invitation to participate in its fifth annual golf outing, on July 24 at the Stone Ridge Golf Club.
Registration includes lunch, 18 holes of golf, complimentary range balls prior to the round, two drink tickets and appetizers following the competition. A 50/50 drawing and prizes will be awarded. Teams of four will compete in a best-ball scramble format.
Further details and registration information are available at: www.bgsu.edu/offices/cio/golf. The registration deadline is July 3.
Farewell reception planned for Jim Smith, Connie Ruhl-Smith
Please plan to offer best wishes to Dr. Jim Smith, vice president for regional growth and economic development, and Dr. Connie Ruhl-Smith, assistant vice provost for academic affairs, from 4-5:30 p.m. on June 4 in 201 Bowen-Thompson Student Union.
Dr. Jim Smith will assume the presidency of Northern State University in South Dakota on July 1.
May 11, 2009