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Bowling Green State University

Established 1910
Type Public
Endowment $124.03 million[1]
President Dr. Sidney Ribeau
Faculty 918[1]
Staff 1915[1]
Undergraduates 20,275[1]
Postgraduates 3,063[1]
Location Bowling Green, Ohio, United States
Campus 1338 acres (5.4 km²)[1]
Colors Brown & Orange            
Nickname Falcons
Mascot Freddie and Frieda Falcon
Website http://www.bgsu.edu/

Bowling Green State University (BGSU) is a public four-year institution located in Bowling Green, Ohio, USA; about 20 miles south of Toledo, Ohio on I-75. It was established in 1910; as part of the Lowery Act, which also established Kent State University. For the 2006-2007 academic year BGSU has a student body of about 20,300 of which 3,000 are graduate students. Image File history File links BGSU_seal. ... The date of establishment or date of founding of an institution is the date on which that institution chooses to claim as its starting point. ... A financial endowment is a transfer of money or property donated to an institution, with the stipulation that it be invested, and the principal remain intact. ... ISO 4217 Code USD User(s) the United States, the British Indian Ocean Territory,[1] the British Virgin Islands, Cambodia, East Timor, Ecuador, El Salvador, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Panama, Turks and Caicos Islands, and the insular areas of the United States Inflation 2. ... University President is the title of the highest ranking officer within a university, within university systems that prefer that appellation over other variations such as Chancellor or rector. ... A faculty is a division within a university. ... Employment is a contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. ... In some educational systems, undergraduate education is post-secondary education up to the level of a Bachelors degree. ... Degree ceremony at Cambridge. ... Bowling Green is the name of some places in the United States of America: Bowling Green, Florida, named after the town in Kentucky. ... Official language(s) None Capital Columbus Largest city Columbus Largest metro area Cleveland Area  Ranked 34th  - Total 44,825 sq mi (116,096 km²)  - Width 220 miles (355 km)  - Length 220 miles (355 km)  - % water 8. ... School colors are the colors chosen by a school to represent it on uniforms and other items of identification. ... The athletic nickname, or equivalently athletic moniker, of a university or college within the United States of America is the name officially adopted by that institution for at least the members of its athletic teams. ... Bowling Green State Universitys sports teams are called the Falcons. ... Millie, once mascot of the City of Brampton, is now the Brampton Arts Councils representative. ... A website (alternatively, Web site) is a collection of Web pages, images, videos and other digital assets that is hosted on a Web server, usually accessible via the Internet or a LAN. A Web page is a document, typically written in HTML, that is almost always accessible via HTTP, a... Nickname: BG Location in Ohio Country United States State Ohio County Wood incorporated 1901 [3] Government type Mayor-Administrator [1] Mayor John Quinn [1] Municipal Administrator John Fawcett [2] Area    - City 26. ... Nickname: Location in the state of Ohio Coordinates: Country United States State Ohio County Lucas Founded 1833 Government  - Mayor Carty Finkbeiner (D) Area  - City 84. ... Interstate 75 is an interstate highway in the midwest and southeastern United States. ... 1910 (MCMX) was a common year starting on Saturday (link will display calendar) of the Gregorian calendar or a common year starting on Sunday of the 13-day slower Julian calendar. ... Kent State University (also known as Kent, Kent State or KSU) is a major public research university located in Kent, Ohio, United States, which is about 40 miles southeast of Cleveland, 12 miles east of Akron, and 30 miles west of Youngstown. ... For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ... 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era. ...

BGSU offers over 200 undergraduate programs, as well as master's and doctoral degrees in a variety of areas, including the nation's first Ph.D. program in photochemical science and one of the first undergraduate programs in Neuroscience. In addition, BGSU has accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools to offer full degree programs online. Housed within the School of Communication Studies is the national and international award-winning Falcon Forensics, Speech and Debate Team, established in 1919. Additionally, BGSU is home of the national literary journal The Mid-American Review, which accepts fiction, poetry, and non-fiction. The Higher Learning Commission is part of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. ... The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) is one of six regional accreditation organizations recognized by the United States Department of Education. ...


Notable programs

BGSU is known for its American Culture Studies (ACS) Department, considered to be one of the top American Studies programs in the country. The department draws students to its undergraduate and graduate programs from across the nation and around the world. Students can earn a Bachelor's, Master's and a Doctorate in ACS at BGSU. ACS maintains an interdisciplinary approach to shape its degree programs, constructed to allow ACS students to take courses from most of the departments in the College of Arts and Sciences.

BGSU's Popular Culture Department is perhaps the most unique component of the university. Not only is POPC the first and only department of its kind in the country, but its founder, Dr. Ray Brown, also established The Journal of Popular Culture and the national Popular Culture Association, both of which are widely known and respected to this day. By extension, BGSU also has quite an extensive popular culture library, along with a music library which contains over 700,000 titles (mostly on vinyl), making it the third-largest collection of popular music in the world. The Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives are housed on the 3rd floor of Jerome Library. While the collections support the research endeavors of BGSU students in the College of Musical Arts, the Department of Popular Culture, and the American Culture Studies program, the music collections are accessible by request to any interested researcher. However, most of the fiction titles that the University owns are in the Popular Culture Library, and students are unable to take them out of the building. This policy preserves materials that have become more important to researchers as second- and third-generation interpretations of comic books have become popular on- and off-screen. The Popular Culture Library also has an extensive collection of independently produced zines covering a wide subject area. Additionally, the Jerome Library is also home to the Historical Collection of the Great Lakes whose collections include materials related to commercial shipping, shipbuilding, navigation, maritime law, commercial fishing, shipwrecks, yachting, labor history, popular literature, freshwater ecology, recreation, and the history of Great Lakes ports.

BGSU hosts The Center for Family and Demographic Research (CFDR), an NIH-funded population research center dedicated to research, training, and service in demography. The CFDR integrates demographic methods, data, and perspectives with other social scientific approaches to understand the well-being of children and families. A special focus of research by CFDR affiliates addresses the public health and social problems facing at-risk children, adolescents, and families. The CFDR consists of a highly energized, research-active faculty from several disciplines, including Sociology, Geography, Psychology, History, Human Development and Family Studies. The CFDR is in a growth mode and developing momentum from both new faculty hiring and success in obtaining federal funding. The faculty researches topics related to the health and development of children, adolescents and families. We capitalize on the strength of CFDR faculty and focus on themes of adolescent development, immigration, health and mortality, and family structure and the well-being of children and adults. Much of the research conducted under the aegis of CFDR focuses on high risk populations, and involves multidisciplinary and multimethod investigations that have policy relevance. We emphasize the integration of demography with broad social scientific perspectives to maximize the identification of mechanisms underlying demographic events and thus provide a basis for public policy formulation.

BGSU also has one of the top Sport Management programs in the United States. BGSU offers both undergraduate and graduate programs accredited by The North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) and the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) through The School of Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies. Degree programs are split into two divisions: the Kinesiology Division offers undergraduate majors in Dance, Exercise Specialist, Human Movement Science, and Physical Education Teacher Education. The Sport Management, Recreation, and Tourism Division offers undergraduate majors in Athletic Training/Clinic Management, Recreation, Sport Management, and Tourism. The Graduate Program includes specializations in Developmental Kinesiology (biomechanics, exercise physiology, exercise psychology, motor learning and motor development, physical education teacher education, and sport psychology), Sport Administration, and Leisure and Tourism.

The university's Ph.D. program in Industrial-Organizational Psychology is ranked #3 in the nation (behind Michigan State and Minnesota and ahead of Penn State and Illinois) by the U.S. News and World Report.[2] BGSU's I-O psychology program was founded by noted I-O psychologists Robert Guion and Patricia Cain Smith. Its graduates have gone on to success in academia, private industry, and government.

BGSU has a thriving Canadian Studies program, one of the largest in the United States in terms of the number of courses offered and students enrolled. The Canadian Studies Center educates students and the public about the importance of our trade, security, and cultural relationships with America's neighbor to the north. Students can earn a Canadian Studies minor which provides an international perspective and prepares them for work in a globalizing economy. The Center for Environmental Programs is part of the newest school at BGSU: The School of Earth, Environment, and Society (SEES). The school is a combination of the Center for Environmental Programs, Geology, and Geography. Providing a multi-disciplinary approach better prepares students to contribute society.

The Center for Photochemical Sciences was established at BGSU in 1985. The Center focuses on the study of the interaction of light with physical, chemical, and biological systems, and on the quest for practical application of that basic knowledge, which stimulate new technology.

BGSU also hosts Wood County Corps, which is an AmeriCorps program (often referred to as the domestic Peace Corps), currently located at 204 South Hall. Wood County Corps is a team of committed college-aged students and community members making the community safer, helping a child get a real education, or protecting the environment. Whatever the interest, there is an AmeriCorps program that needs the courage, the skills, and the dedication of community members who have the outstanding opportunity to do something unique in service to the community. Each year, more than 75,000 members serve with AmeriCorps programs in every state in the nation. The Bowling Green State University Wood County Corps is proud to have been a part of this great National Service program since September of 2005. We are proud to have this program as an offering connected with the university. It affords participants the opportunity to give back to the community while receiving a modest living allowance and earning an education award.

BGSU’s doctoral program in history is one of the few in the country that focuses on policy history—the integration of political and institutional history with social and cultural history—to examine the context, implementation, and unintended consequences of policy decisions.

For the fourth consecutive year in 2007, BGSU was listed for its residential living/learning communities in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” under “Programs to Look For,” a section of the guide that notes “outstanding examples of academic programs believed to lead to student success.”[1] In BGSU’s residential learning communities, students with similar interests and goals live and study together. In the academically based communities students work closely with faculty members who teach classes and have offices right in the residence hall.

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the College of Business Administration’s undergraduate program as one of the Best Undergraduate Business programs in the country for the third year in a row. In addition, Princeton Review’s Best 282 Business Schools: 2007 Edition, features the College of Business Administration for its Master of Business Administration program.

Firelands campus

Main article: BGSU Firelands

At a location that is only a stone's throw from the shores of Lake Erie at Huron, Ohio, and about 60 miles east of Bowling Green, Ohio, is the home of BGSU Firelands College, a separate college of the Bowling Green State University system. BGSU Firelands has been a regional campus of BGSU since 1968, when the first building (now Foundation Hall) at the Huron location was opened. BGSU Firelands is home to approximately 2,000 students. The college grants mostly 2-year degrees, but students are able to complete 4-year degrees in Early Childhood Education, Criminal Justice, Business Administration, Liberal Studies, Visual Communication Technology, Applied Health Science, Nursing, and Advanced Tech Ed. BGSU Firelands is a a satellite college that is connected to Bowling Green State University. ... Lake Erie (pronounced ) is the eleventh largest lake on Earth[2] and, of the five Great Lakes of North America, it is the fourth largest by surface area, the southernmost, shallowest, and smallest by volume. ... Huron is a city in Erie County, Ohio, United States. ... BGSU Firelands is a a satellite college that is connected to Bowling Green State University. ...

Career center

BGSU's Career Center provides comprehensive career services to its students and alumni including career planning, on- and off-campus student employment, co-op and internships opportunities, and post-graduate and graduate school planning. The following services are provided: (1) individual consultations to discuss academic and career planning or job search strategies, (2) career development courses including UNIV 131-Career & Life Planning, UNIV 141-Effective Strategies in the Workplace, and UNIV 141-Career Implementation, (3) career assessments that measure interests, personality characteristics and preferences for various work environments, (4) the Career Resource Library, (5) on-campus recruiting, (6) job fairs, (7) workshops related to interviewing, resume writing, job search techniques, and networking, (8)WorkNet, an online job listing software, and (9) career related publications. The Career Center can help students develop career goals, identify academic and experiential program that achieve these goals, and help students gain employment in their chosen field.

Marine laboratory

The marine laboratory at Bowling Green State University contains over 3,000 gallons of seawater in over 40 aquaria including a 500-gallon shark tank and a 10-foot touch tank. In the lab, eight major phyla are represented in over 66 genera of marine life including sea anemones, corals, starfish, sea urchins, snails, crabs, and algae as well as a wide variety of freshwater and marine fish. The animals in the lab are maintained by students mainly for class study and research projects, but are also present for the appreciation of visitors and other students. The B.G.S.U. Marine Laboratory is located on the second floor of the Life Science building and is open to anyone wishing to view the animals or talk with the students. It is free and open during normal working hours. Last year over 1,400 people visited the marine laboratory at Bowling Green State University.

BGSU Hearing and Speech Clinic

The BGSU [2]Speech and Hearing Clinic offers state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic speech, language, and hearing services while acting as a training facility for master's- and doctoral-level speech-language pathologists. Clients from newborns to the elderly with a wide variety of communication problems (including autism, foreign accent modification, speech and language disorders, stuttering, voice disorders…) are seen individually and/or in small groups. Specialty clinics include an intensive program for people who stutter and reading & language assessment clinics.

Institute for the Study of Culture and Society

The institute, located in the College Park Office Building, serves to promote scholarly and creative activity in the humanities and arts. It provides a forum for new developments across disciplines for both the university and the larger community through programs that provide long-term research facilities for BGSU faculty, an annual Provost Lecture Series that brings prominent scholars from across the country to speak in Bowling Green, interdisciplinary research cluster groups for gradute students and faculty, writing groups for faculty, as well as continuing seminars and public talks about faculty research.


Main article: Bowling Green Falcons
The logo of the Bowling Green State University Falcons

Bowling Green's sports teams are called the Falcons. The Falcons participate in NCAA Division I (Division I-A for football) and in the Mid-American Conference and the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. BGSU is one of only 13 universities in the country offering NCAA division I-A football, division I men's and women's basketball, and division I ice hockey. The Falcons have won three conference championships in a row in women's basketball in 2005, 2006, and 2007. In advancing to the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship each of those years, the Falcons lost in the first round in 2005 and 2006, but then won their first two games on their way to the "Sweet Sixteen" in 2007. The women's soccer team won the conference crown in 2005. Bowling Green State Universitys sports teams are called the Falcons. ... Image File history File links BGSUFalcons. ... Image File history File links BGSUFalcons. ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA, often pronounced N-C-Double-A or N-C-Two-A ) is a voluntary association of about 1,200 institutions, conferences, organizations and individuals that organizes the athletic programs of many colleges and universities in the United States. ... Division I (or DI) is the highest level of intercollegiate athletics sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association in the United States. ... United States simply as football, is a competitive team sport that is both fast-paced and strategic. ... The Mid-American Conference is a College Athletic Conference whose members are located mainly in the Midwestern United States; nine of the schools are in Ohio and Michigan alone. ... The Central Collegiate Hockey Association is a college athletic conference which operates mostly in Michigan and Ohio, although it also has members in Alaska, Indiana, and Nebraska. ... Sara Giauro shoots a three-point shot, FIBA Europe Cup for Women Finals 2005. ... Ice hockey, known simply as hockey in areas where it is more common than field hockey, is a team sport played on ice. ... The NCAA Womens Division I Championship is an annual basketball tournament for women. ...

The Falcons' main rivals are the Rockets of the University of Toledo. Separated by just 20 miles on Interstate 75, the two schools celebrate a heated rivalry in several sports. The most well-known of these games is the Battle of I-75, a football game held each year in which the winner takes home the Peace Pipe, an American Indian peace pipe placed upon a wood tablet. The University of Toledo is a public university situated in Toledo, Ohio. ... Interstate 75 (abbreviated I-75) is an interstate highway in the midwest and southeastern United States. ... In college football, the Peace Pipe is a trophy awarded annually to the winner of the game between the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University. ...

The 1984 Falcons hockey team defeated the University of Minnesota-Duluth, in the longest college hockey championship game in history, to win the NCAA National Championship. University of Minnesota Duluth The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) regional university part of the University of Minnesota System located in Duluth, Minnesota. ...

The Bowling Green Dance team performs at many BGSU sporting events. They are well known for their high-energy, spirited performances.


The football team plays its home games in Doyt Perry Stadium. Men's and women's basketball is played at Anderson Arena with the hockey team playing inside the BGSU Ice Arena. The Ice Arena is one of the few in the country with facilities for the sport of curling. Doyt Perry Stadium is a stadium in Bowling Green, Ohio. ... Anderson Arena is a basketball arena in Bowling Green, Ohio. ... BGSU Ice Arena is a 5,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Bowling Green, Ohio. ...

Student life

Student media publications

  • The student operated, independent daily newspaper BG News, which has been published since 1920.
  • The university's independent, student operated yearbook was first published in 1918 as the "Bee Gee." Publication stopped after 1918 for 6 years and in 1924 the yearbook resumed production under a new name, "The KEY" and has been published every year since 1924 as the only comprehensive record of students, activities, and events for a given year.
  • The Department of Telecommunications ran student operated, independent, non-commercial, FCC-licensed college radio station is WBGU 88.1 FM and the student operated, commercial radio station is WFAL 1610 AM. BGSU is also home to BG24 News, a student-run television newscast airing live at 5:30pm three days a week.
  • VideoBank - Student run music video / comedy skit show.

WBGU-FM (88. ... WFAL is a micropower radio station in Bowling Green, Ohio. ...

Traditions and events

  • BGSU's official spirit crew is called SIC SIC which began in 1946.
  • Buckeye Boys State - Bowling Green is the current home for the American Legion Buckeye Boys State, which gathers high-school students from all over Ohio for a nine-day program. At Buckeye Boys State, the students operate a full government modeled after the Government of Ohio. Buckeye Boys State is held each June.

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Student Organizations

  • The Bowling Green Forensics Speech & Debate program is nationally recognized in several different national leagues and organizations. Under the direction of Coach, Paul Wesley Alday, BGSU’s competitive forensics team has won six consecutive Collegiate Forensics Association Championships, repeatedly placed in the top percentage at the Pi Kappa Delta National Tournaments and has hosted the extremely successful “Falcon Classic” tournament at BGSU. On average, the Bowling Green Forensic Team earns over 200 individual awards, travels over 5,000 miles to competition and competes in approximately 12 tournaments each year. In 2007, members Michelle Baker and Jennifer Cole became Pi Kappa Delta National Champions in Discussion and Communication Analysis. Forensics is the oldest student organization at BGSU and is the highest winning team on campus.
  • The Bowling Green State University Student Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children has been active on campus for more than 25 years. The organization’s purpose is to extend learning through interaction with persons with disabilities, generally working with children and adults from Woodlane School and Industries and with adults in group and independent living arrangements. They also have speakers and attend state and national conferences. The 2007 CEC conference was in Louisville, KY.

Pi Kappa Delta is a Forensics (Public Speaking and Debate) Honor Society for undergraduate university students and a professional organization for graduates, typically university Speech and Debate Coaches. ...

Alma Mater

Words and music by Edith Ludwig Bell[3]

Alma Mater hear us,
As we praise thy name
Make us worthy sons and daughters
Adding to thy fame.

Time will treat you kindly
Years from now you'll be
Ever dearer in our hearts,
Our University.

From your halls of ivy
To the campus scene,
Chimes ring out with gladness
From our dear Bowling Green.

When all is just a mem'ry
Of the by-gone days,
Hear our hymn dear Alma Mater
As thy name we praise.

Notable alumni

Arts and entertainment

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  1. ^ a b c d e f http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/mc/newsroom/page15781.html Numbers include main and Firelands campuses. Retrieved 2/14/2007
  2. ^ http://www.usnews.com/usnews/edu/grad/rankings/phdhum/brief/psysp5_brief.php U.S News and World Report Rankings
  3. ^ http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/mc/homecoming/page22662.html Alma Mater and other Traditions
  4. ^ http://www.ohiodems.org/index.php?page=display&id=114 Retrieved 3/17/2007

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