Thursday, February 25, 2010 Campus charts its future with Master Plan
Things are changing quickly on campus these days, with several important projects under way, from the Wolfe Center for the Arts and the Stroh Center to preparations for new residence and dining halls.
BGSU is making a fresh start on its second century, using as a blueprint the Campus Master Plan, Strategic Plan and the Residence and Dining Hall Master Plan. As President Carol Cartwright notes, the Master Plan links to goal six of the Strategic Plan: to create an “optimal fiscal and physical plant infrastructure.”
You can track the construction by clicking on the Office of Capital Planning link and then choosing Campus Construction Map under the Resources box on the right.
You can view the sites themselves with the webcams trained on the Stroh, Wolfe and South Central residence hall sites. The images are refreshed every 12 minutes. Click on Links at the bottom left of the Master Plan home page.
And you can see renderings of the new buildings under the New Spaces, New Places link.
Check this new resource page regularly for updates.
An expanded schedule that includes more dates for transfer students as well as Saturday sessions has been finalized for 2010 New Student Orientation.
Transfer students will be able to attend a transfer orientation, held in cooperation with the Office of Admissions Transfer Visit Days. Three sessions are scheduled: Friday, April 16; Friday, May 21, and Friday, June 11.
Two Saturday orientation sessions, May 22 and June 19, open to both incoming and transfer students, allow students and families to schedule their orientation visit at times that do not interfere with work schedules.
An additional 21 orientation sessions for incoming students and transfers will be offered:
June 28-July 1
Submit presenter proposals for K-12 technology conference
“Technology Integration and the New Standards” is the theme of the annual NWOET Technology Conference, held this year in partnership with Western Buckeye Educational Service Center and the Region One Advisory Council. The conference will be held on campus Aug. 10 and 11, with over 300 K-12 educators expected.
Breakout session proposals are being accepted through March 15. Presentations that show how technology supports collaboration and project-based learning are especially welcome, but all topic areas will be considered. Call 2-7033 or email email@example.com for more information or to request a proposal form.
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