On May 14, BGSU will be hosting the 3rd and final summit for Women in Philanthropy.
This year's event will include breakout sessions speakers, a luncheon and panel, and our keynote - Sidney James Nahkjavan of the Cary Center at Auburn University.
The summit is open to women of all ages to start the discussion of women in innovation, women giving, and creating a culture of philanthropy.
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Student organization registration for the 2016-2017 academic year is now open, and we ask that all student organizations register by May 6 in Org Sync! documents, such as your constitution, and make any necessary updates.
Each year, student organizations must renew their registration with the Office of Campus Activities to maintain their status as a recognized student organization at BGSU. To continue to take advantage of the benefits of being a registered student organization, including reserving space and accessing your financial account, registration must be renewed for the 2016-2017 academic year. - Collect contact information from incoming officers including their name, phone number, BGSU e-mail, and BGSU ID number.
- Verify that your membership roster is up-to-date and has at least ten (10) members listed.
Head outside & celebrate the Earth at BGSU's annual Eco-Fair! Come find out about all sorts of ways to get involved while meeting other individuals who have a passion for change-making!
Tonight (Wednesday, April 20) we are having our last Student Nutrition Association meeting of the semester! Our final meeting is a potluck, so everyone try to bring a dish!
During the meeting, we will be holding officer elections for the 2016-2017 school year, so consider running for a position!
To see a description about each officer's duties check out the SNA Constitution. Facebook: BGSU SOSW Instagram: bgsu_sosw Twitter: @Bgsu Sosw The Office of the Dean of Students would like to invite you to become a member of the University Conduct Committee (UCC).
There are a lot of great things planned so we hope you can make it! At tonight's (April 20) Student Organization of Social Workers meeting, we will be having a debate/disscussion over scenarios which are either ethical or unethical. It will be lots of fun and you can learn a lot from this activity for if you get caught in a sticky situation in your future career. UCC is an opportunity for you to be a member of a hearing board for Student Conduct cases.
Environmental organizations, groups, and initiatives from all across the region will be in the Union Oval from 11 a.m. Share your photos & experiences online with #BGreen2016! Today (April 20) is our De-Stress Event hosted by the PEAK Peer Advisors and the Office of Pre-Major and Academic Planning.
In celebrating the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Months, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Department of Ethnic Studies Present: From Asian to Asian American: A Panel Discussion Panelists: Bike For A Better BG is a community bike ride that will take place TODAY (Wednesday, April 20) at 5 p.m.! Bring yourself and your bike for a ride through BG with friends and neighbors! Event will be held at the Pallister Conference room on the first floor of the library from 7-9 p.m. Free pizza, yoga, crafts, board games and massages will be available! We will be having our LAST meeting this week WHEN: Wednesday, April 20 WHAT TIME: 8 p.m.
NOTE: The time has been changed from tomorrow (Thursday, April 21) because of predicted thunderstorms. Our goal is to have fun after a long day's work and to call attention to the need for safe roads for cyclists. See you at 5 p.m., Administration Building Fountain! WHERE: 355 Education Building We will have a casual meeting.