Monday, September 23, 2013  
Marine Biology Lab celebrates 50th anniversary / Planetarium, Japanese storytelling on tap

Cynthia Stong (left) with students in the early Marine Lab
Fifty Years of 'Making Waves'
Marine Biology Program celebrates anniversary

Cynthia Stong
When newly hired biology faculty member Cynthia Collin Stong had the chance, in December 1962, to obtain some marine specimens for the general zoology and invertebrate zoology classes, instead of preserved specimens she asked for "living animals, which would enliven the labs," she recalls.

Stong and the University got more than she bargained for, including a whole new program in marine biology that is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. BGSU will welcome back Stong and marine biology alumni on Oct. 4 with a daylong symposium featuring talks by Stong and alumni, a networking reception and a banquet. View the full schedule of events.

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'Forgotten Bill of Rights' addressed - Sentinel-Tribune

Campus offices move to new spaces

The offices of Equity and Diversity and Faculty Senate have moved. Equity and Diversity is now located in 140 McFall Center, while Faculty Senate offices are temporarily in 204 University Hall.

Phone numbers for the offices will remain the same. Visit the Office of Equity and Diversity and Faculty Senate.


IN BRIEF

The BGSU Planetarium announces Fall Fest 2013, and Japanese storyteller Showto (Laughing Man) comes to campus Thursday (Sept. 26) for a performance of rakugo, the traditional Japanese art of comic storytelling.

September 23, 2013