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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

Thursday, February 21

Collegiate Chorale Spring Tour

The BGSU Collegiate Chorale will be going on tour throughout Ohio, Michigan and Illinois! Check out their Facebook page for more details about the individual...

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

HR Training Opportunity: Embracing Different Personality Types

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

68th Undergraduate Art Show

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

Many Generations, One Goal | Being Well - Together

Free for students, faculty/staff and older adults. Each day includes social opportunities, an educational session, an activity session and free lunch. Each...

HR Training Opportunity: Tough Conversations in the Workplace

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

Do’s and Don’ts and Dinner: How to Present Your Best Self at an Academic Interview

Do’s and Don’ts and Dinner: How to Present Your Best Self at an Academic Interview will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21 in the Bowen-Thompson...

Inclusive Leadership Certificate Session Three: Intercultural Communication

The Inclusive Leadership Certificate (ILC), offered by the Center for Leadership and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, is a foundational program that will...

68th Undergraduate Art Show

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

Bear - A Public Screen by Deke Weaver

Inspired by the literary concept of the unreliable narrator and the medieval bestiary, which gave every living thing a spiritual purpose, The Unreliable...

Blanket Making for United Way

Take a study break with Hillel and help out a good cause at the same time! We'll be making fleece blankets for children and adults in need in our community....

Guest Artists: William Street and Daniel Kientzy, saxophone

Guest artists William Street and Daniel Kientzy, saxophones, will present a recital in Bryan Hall with pianist Viktoria Reiswich-Dapp. This event is free and...

Thursday, February 21