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Finalists for Dean of the College of Business Administration named

After a national search for the next Dean of the College of Business Administration, the search committee, working with Parker Executive Search Firm, has identified four finalists for the position. The first will visit campus April 9.

The four candidates will visit over the next two weeks to meet with constituent groups and hold an open forum for the University community. The topic each will address is: The Future of Business Education: Challenges and Opportunities. There will be time for questions and answers following their presentations, to be held in 114 Business Administration Building.

The community is also invited to a reception for each candidate in the David J. Joseph Company Business Hub, second floor, College of Business Administration.

The candidates and their visit dates are:

April 9 - Ray Braun, CEO and President Cogdell Spencer, Inc., Charlotte, N.C.
               Open forum - 3-4:15 p.m.
               Reception - 5-6:15 p.m.

April 12 - Deborah Spake, associate dean of the Mitchell College of Business,                              University of South Alabama
                 Open forum - 3-4:15 p.m.
                 Reception - 5-6:15 p.m.

April 16 - Frank Buckless, KPMG Professor of Accounting and Department Head, Poole College of Management, North Carolina State University
                 Open forum - 3-4:15 p.m.
                 Reception - 5-6:15 p.m.

April 19 - William Balzer, dean, BGSU Firelands
                Open forum - 3-4:15 p.m.
                Reception - 5-6:15 p.m.

Each open forum will be videotaped and available for viewing within 24 hours. A link will be available at the College of Business Administration Dean Search site.

Also at the College of Business Administration Dean Search site you will find the candidates' curriculum vitae and cover letters, their open forum times and locations, and an evaluation form for each.

Attorney General discusses crime lab on campus


Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine sits down with President Mary Ellen Mazey and Chair of the Board of Trustees Bill Primrose on April 3 to discuss building a state-of-the-art crime lab and investigations facility for the Bowling Green Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) at Bowling Green State University.

 

Dance Marathon breaks record

Dance Marathon Participants Celebrate
The participants at Dance Marathon celebrate the end of 32 hours of continuous dancing on April 1. The event raised over $225,000 for the Children's Miracle Network, a new record.


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New developments for BGSU crime lab
- WTOL


Midden comments on STEM education at TPS
- The Blade


Bikes for Tikes makes stop in Ada
- WLIO


 

The ODK Honor Society inductees
The ODK Honor Society inductees

BGSU'S ODK Honor Society taps 30 for induction

A BGSU faculty member, one administrator and 28 students were inducted into the University's Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa March 30.

The initiation ceremony for one of the nation's oldest and most prestigious leadership honor societies took place in the University's Prout Chapel. The featured speaker was Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Rodney Rogers.

Dr. Edmund Danziger Jr., a University Distinguished Teaching Professor of history, and Deborah Novak, assistant dean of students, were both inducted.

The 28 students, all of whom are juniors, seniors or graduate students, were selected for membership based on academic excellence and demonstrated leadership in one or more of four additional categories: athletics; campus and community service, social and religious activities and campus government; journalism, speech and mass media; and creative and performing arts.

Danziger, whose expertise includes the history of 19th century America, the American West and American and Canadian Indians, joined the University faculty in 1966, after having earned his master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Illinois. He was chair of the history department for five years.

Novak, who earned bachelor's and master's degrees from Walsh University, joined the Bowling Green staff in 2001 as a residence hall director, becoming the assistant director of student affairs in 2004 and then assistant dean of students two years later.

ODK was founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. It was the first college honor society to have a national scope and honor students for meritorious leadership and service in extracurricular activities. Bowling Green's chapter or circle was created in 1949 and since then more than 1,700 students, faculty, staff and alumni have been initiated into the University circle.

State of the Region explored ‘In Brief’

Economic experts will discuss northwest Ohio’s economic future April 9. Learn more “In Brief.”

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April 05, 2012