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At this time, all in-person University events are postponed. Many virtual events, like webinars, will continue as scheduled. Information on whether events are cancelled or rescheduled will be posted as we receive it. In the meantime, please reach out to event organizers for the latest information about specific events.

Events

Tuesday, February 19

Joel O'Dorisio Glass Exhibit

Joel O’Dorisio Glass in The Little Gallery February 18 – April 4 Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 – 5:00

68th Undergraduate Art Show

A juried selection of art in all media by freshman, sophomore and junior students in the BGSU School of Art.

Education Abroad Tuesday Table

Become a Global Falcon! Stop by our table in the student union to learn about the vast and varied education abroad programs BGSU has to offer (Exchanges,...

HR Training Opportunity: Becoming a Valuable Team Player

If you are interested in attending, please email Suzi Saunders @ smsaund@bgsu.edu

Employer Spotlight - IGS (hosted by Business Career Accelerator)

ALL BUSINESS STUDENTS WELCOME! We proudly deliver energy solutions to our residential and commercial customers. Whether it’s electricity, natural gas,...

Sister-to-Sister

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Counseling Center host Sister to Sister, a women of color support group. As women of color, the journey at BGSU...

We Got Each Other

We Got Each Other is a weekly discussion series that focuses on black male undergraduate student success in college and beyond. The gatherings provide a...

BGSU Men's Basketball vs Akron - Oscar Night

BGSU Men's Basketball vs Akron - Oscar Night TV: ESPN+ Streaming Video:...

"Get Out"  film screening - Tuesdays at the Gish spring film series

Don’t miss Jordan Peele’s acclaimed debut film, which is both a jump-scare thriller and a masterpiece of social analysis. Daniel Kaluuya is Chris, the new...

Sky Stones

Visit Stonehenge, the pyramids of Egypt, the temples of Maya, and several Native American sites, all part of the legacy of ancient skywatchers who reorded...

Tuesday, February 19