A Bowling Green State University senior and pair of graduates are taking complex and often difficult to understand data at NASA and turning it into straightforward visualizations that communicate the important work of the national space agency.
Subatomic particles offer an unusual opportunity to encode information due to their indeterminate physical states. How to properly integrate these subatomic particles into computer and information science is the project of a doctoral student at Bowling Green State University.
A recent Bowling Green State University graduate is hoping to use her passion for music to inspire the next generation of musicians just like her former band director did for her.
A recent Bowling Green State University graduate used his time at the University to mentor others and build meaningful connections to support student success.
A longtime Toledo firefighter is drawing on his life experience and education from Bowling Green State University in his new role as deputy chief of operations within the Toledo Fire and Rescue Department.
The arts are an integral part of any well-rounded community, with demonstrated positive social impacts for residents living near a vital cultural institution such as Bowling Green State University.
A Bowling Green State University graduate created public good by helping people living with food insecurity gain access to nutritious meals.
More than 900 first-year Bowling Green State University students recently proposed ways to improve campus and the community as part of the second annual BGSU 1910 Project Showcase.
Wood County’s first female prosecutor and a former state government leader has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Bowling Green State University.
Two residence halls on the Bowling Green State University campus will receive air conditioning, while the College of Education and Human Development will undergo reconfiguration.