PUBLIC LECTURE, Dr. Dan Jacobson
The traits and diseases, of an organism, including its adaptation to its surrounding environment and the interactions with its microbiome, are controlled by patterns found in its genome as well as how molecules (proteins, metabolites, RNA, etc.) interact within cells and tissues. The cost of generating biological data is dropping exponentially, resulting in a flood of data that has opened a new era of systems biology in which there are unprecedented opportunities to gain insights into complex biological systems. These insights have applications in precision medicine, bioenergy, precision agriculture, ecosystem studies, and pandemic prevention among other disciplines.
Brandeberry, Allison, Morehart, Jennifer Long, Sweetser, Michelle
Presentation on "Telling the Story of BGSU Women's Sports Through Artifacts and Archives," an exhibit in the Stroh Center's Schmidthorst Heritage Hall that ran during the spring and summer of 2022. The exhibit chronicled the history of women's sports at Bowling Green State University in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the 1972 legislation prohibiting sex-based discrimination in education. Presented by exhibit curators Allison Brandeberry, Athletics Archivist, and Jennifer Long Morehart, University Archivist, BGSU Center for Archival Collections, with introductory remarks by Michelle Sweetser, Head Librarian, Center for Archival Collections.
President Rogers hosts a virtual celebration for Fall 2020 graduates. The event was live streamed from the Stroh Center and includes video messages from the Chair of the Board of Trustees, prominent BGSU Alumni, a 4 Year in Review video and a virtual musical performance.
President Rodney Rogers and Provost Joe Whitehead host a virtual celebration for fall 2020 graduates. The event was live streamed from the quadrangle in front of University Hall and includes video messages from the Chair of the Board of Trustees, prominent BGSU Alumni, a 4 Year in Review video and a virtual musical performance.
Learn about the creative ways plants and animals adapt to their environments to survive - against predators and harsh environments -in an hour-long BGSU Biology Lab Tour: Extreme Adaptations.This interactive tour features Bowling Green State University faculty and students who will take you inside the BGSU greenhouse and herpetology and marine biology labs, to learn about these amazing plants and animals. Herpetologist Dr. Eileen Underwood, Horticulturalist Joe Baker, Extreme Environments Biologist Dr. Erin McMullin, Marine Biologist Dr.Michael McKay and Biology Instructor Matt Partin are presenters. Anyone can view this tour, but teachers and students in grades 7 -12 will be able to interact with and email or call in questions to be answered by BGSU faculty during this virtual tour. This hour-long presentation relates to Ohio academic content standards and is funded in part by a grant from the Northwest Ohio Center of Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education. Optional pre- and post-event activities will be provided by BGSU and may be facilitated by participating teachers.
Discover the wonders of the deep as WBGU-PBS and Bowling Green State University Marine Biology Instructor Matthew Partin and his students lead you on an interactive tour of the University?s Marine Biology Laboratory.
Bowling Green State University biology faculty will lead you on a live, interactive BioTour: Predators!, showcasing various organisms from their BGSU laboratories are their relation to Ohio academic content standards.
President Rogers hosts a virtual celebration for Spring 2020 graduates. The event was live streamed from the Stroh Center and includes video messages from the Chair of the Board of Trustees, prominent BGSU Alumni, a 4 Year in Review video and a virtual musical performance.
This virtual town hall was open to all students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and families and friends. President Rogers and Provost Whitehead provided updates regarding the University's COVID-19 actions and plans and will answer your questions.
In this episode of Pop the Music Bubble, we are going to create a working definition for American traditional music, and look at its relationship to African Americans. Then, we will dig into songs of these enslaved people and how this music has laid a foundation for more music traditions to emerge. We will do this by listening to recordings of slave songs and deciphering their meaning.