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» 29 employees, including CEO, are BGSU graduates
It's a company that prides itself on keeping our highways safer by developing and manufacturing leading-edge products and systems for the tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles you see on the road every day. It's a trailblazing company that saturates itself with talented employees whose skills are developed, among other ways, through co-op assignments and development programs in areas such as finance, supply chain and engineering. And it's a company that stands at 29 and counting in BGSU alumni, including president and CEO Joe McAleese '81 and '82.
» 'Into the Fray' wins national book award
It all started in 1987. Dr. Tom Mascaro, then a graduate student at the University of Michigan, received a small grant to do a study of documentaries. So he traveled to Silver Spring, Md., to stay with some friends for free while he trekked to Washington, D.C., in search of a subject for his study. That's where he met documentary producer Bob Rogers.
» New research shows greater benefits for women than men
Interval training is a well-known way to get the maximum benefits of exercise in the shortest amount of time. New research shows that when it comes to running, women may get more out of high intensity interval training (HIIT) than their male counterparts.
» 2013 Homecoming - Sept 30th - Oct 6th
Many students, families, faculty and alumni have worked hard to make this year's 'Let The Good Times Roll Along' Homecoming a blast. We encourage you to join in on all the excitement! Register your float in the Homecoming parade, vote for the next King and Queen, or flash your BG spirit as the Falcons take on UMass at 3:30 p.m. on October 5th.
» Registration still open for 50th, 40th Reunion events
Reconnecting with old friends is a highlight during any BGSU Homecoming, but doing so this year will be especially significant for graduates of the Classes of 1963 and 1973. Alumni of those years are invited to celebrate their 50th and 40th Reunion year during special events held Homecoming Weekend, Friday October 4 and Saturday October 5.
» NPR show to be taped at Kobacker Hall
When most Americans think about extreme talent, shows like "Dancing with the Stars" or "American Idol" come to mind. Who can forget Apolo Anton Ohno and Julianne Hough's energizing samba performance, or watching Carrie Underwood emerge to become a multi-platinum selling recording artist? Yet each weekend devotees of classical music across America tune into their local National Public Radio station to enjoy the talent of a very different kind of performer -classical music's most gifted emerging young stars - on the acclaimed radio show "From the Top."
» Players and Coaches Appreciate Falcon Fanatics
When Lucas Zerkle attended his first sporting events four years ago as a BGSU freshman, he noticed right away that the student-athletes were talented, the facilities were fine and the tradition here was deep and rich.
» Nominated by her daughter, Lauren.
Theresa Brand has held many titles over the years; this past weekend during the BGSU vs. Murray State football game, she added "Parent of the Year" to her list of accolades.
» Diving Instructor
I fell in love with diving when I was 14, but I never really had the time to pursue it until I got offered a dive internship. In January I moved down to Key Largo to work at Rainbow Reef Dive Center for seven months.
» NFL Play60 Character Camp Operations Intern
How do you summarize a summer full of experiences, travel, people, and places that surpass any expectations I could have ever had? I'll give it a try.
» Interned At Owens Corning
I spent my summer interning with Owens Corning at their world headquarters in Toledo. Owens Corning (OC) is a market leading fiberglass manufacturer. Their product line extends from home insulation to car parts. I had a very interesting experience as a supply chain intern for this company. My summer began on May 20 with about 50 other interns who were all equally as anxious I was to find out the projects and people they would be working with all summer.
» Unusual purchases landed alumni and their college town in credit card commercial
Weigl Works's credit card statement included a roller coaster car, robotic components, last minute flights and a lot of snacks at theme parks, which led representatives at American Express to inquire about the business operated by two Falcon alumni.
» Intern for 'Pawn Stars'
My summer was spent as an intern on the TV show "Pawn Stars." This meant going to live in Las Vegas for two months, be away from everyone I knew and work on the show.
» Worked for Wilderness Ventures
During the summers of 2011 and 2012, I worked as an Orientation Leader and loved every minute of it, but I wanted to try something new for 2013.
I have always appreciated nature and the unlimited possibilities of the outdoors, so I wanted to experience it firsthand. In the fall of 2011, I traveled around the United States on BGSU's GeoJourney program, which gave me a lot of experience, but it was as a student.
» Residential Mentor for Upward Bound
This summer was one of the most eventful summers I have had as a BG Falcon.
Each summer since becoming a student here, I have had the pleasure of staying on campus, which is why I love the school so much. Earlier this year, I had no idea what I wanted to do this summer. Nevertheless, I knew I wanted to do something meaningful and worthwhile, so I applied for a position as Residential Mentor in the Upward Bound program.
» Counselor at YMCA Camp Campbell Gard
My summer experience consisted of long nights, fun weekends, hardships and struggles, but also triumphs and lifelong friendships.
» Platoon Leader's Class for the USMC
This summer I attended and completed my first session of training at Marine Corps Officer Candidates School (OCS) in Quantico, Virginia.
» Intern for Bully 4U in Dublin, Ireland
I recently spent eight weeks of my summer in Dublin, Ireland, interning for an organization called Bully 4U, an anti-bullying service for Irish schools.
» Co-op Experience at the Grand Ole Opry
Hayley Milne rubbed elbows with some of the most notable country music stars during a co-op that was a dream come true.
» Interned as a Rail Engineer
The famous iPhone jingle at 5:30 in the morning jump-starts my morning routine five days a week. After my daily cup of coffee, I greet my fellow interns, engineers, superintendents, and managers and their enthusiastic early morning faces.
» Producer for Beautiful Kids Independent Shakespeare
An image of a man holding up a skull, looking into where its eyes used to be, and speaking the famous lines “to be, or not to be.” That is the standard image people come up with when I tell them that not only am I a theatre major, but that I also have a great love for William Shakespeare’s works.
» Community offers a wide range of things to do
As the beginning of a new school year gets underway, the Bowling Green State University campus is filled with excitement for students living on their own for the first time and for those who couldn’t wait to return. Each year brings new adventures and experiences in the place that most consider their home away from home. Happily for all, both the campus and the community offer a variety of things to do and places to visit.