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Tuesday
Oct 4, 2011
Al Stroucken (BGSU CEO Lecture Series)
BGSU

Al Stroucken, Executive Chairman/CEO/President of Owens-Illinois, Inc. will be the keynote for this executive lecture series which is open to students, faculty, and the business community. As chairman and CEO since December 2006, Stroucken has initiated and successfully led Owens-Illinois through dramatic change. O-I has significantly strengthened its financial stability and as a result, increased earnings nearly fourfold and reduced debt by $2.2 billion. O-I is the world’s largest glass container manufacturer and preferred partner for many of the world’s leading food and beverage brands. This series is hosted by the Dean's Office, College of Business.

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Monday
Nov 7, 2011
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BGSU

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Wednesday
Nov 9, 2011
Manufacturing Expo & Forum
BGSU - Perry Field House

The 2011 Northwest Ohio Manufacturing Forum & EXPO has been scheduled for Wednesday November 9, 2011. The event will take place on the campus of Bowling Green State University (BGSU) in the Perry Field House. Registration for the Forum (speaker's series) will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the program session will run from 10:00 until noon.

Attendees at the Forum will move to the EXPO in an adjacent building and enjoy lunch and a private showing on the trade show floor.

The industrial trade show EXPO will open to the public at 1:00 p.m. and run until 4:30 p.m.

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Friday
Jan 13, 2012
BGSU Research Exhibit

Please mark your calendar for the College of Technology Research Exhibit on January 13 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

This research exhibit is an opportunity to display the great work of BGSU faculty members and students to the university and industrial communities.

President Mazey, Provost Rogers, Deans and Associate Deans of the other colleges, directors of the SPAR and economic development offices will join our industry members in learning about BGSU's creative and innovative work.

The top three displays will be awarded prizes and the bragging rights for being a top display.

Wednesday
Mar 7, 2012
Tech Connect
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Come and discuss your idea for a new business and connect with all of the right people. FREE. Guest speaker: Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, President, BGSU. Olscamp Hall.

Register: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2937783991/

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Monday
Oct 8, 2012
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BGSU Wolfe Center Website
Monday
Apr 8, 2013
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BGSU Business Administration Building Website
Monday
Apr 8, 2013
Lunch with Gene Poor
BGSU Business Administration Building

"What Business has Taught Me!" presented by Gene Poor, Founder and Chief Imagination Officer, LifeFormations. Learn business tips from this local leader and enjoy a free lunch from Jimmy Johns.

LifeFormations is a multiple-award winning creator of over 1500 animatronic figures over the past 20 years. They range from miniature humans to giant animals. They are able to create animatronics in a variety of styles utilizing a wide range of methods for appearance, show control and integration with other attraction elements.

This event is part of E-Week 2013.

Free and open to the public; however registration is required.

RSVP: https://cbaapps.business.bgsu.edu/EWeekRegistration/RSVPForm.cfm

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Tuesday
Apr 9, 2013
"The Hatch" Rehearsal #2
BGSU Business Administration Building

Enjoy delicious tacos from Bueno, Scott Hodges' taco food truck. Scott, a BGSU student, is pitching this concept to investors at "The Hatch," on April 10. You can also provide feedback to our students to streamline their presentations. Additional students and ideas include: Hunter Bihn, needle for diabetics; Kourtney Greco, children's "Write a Book;" and Corey Jones, educational rap label.

Similar to the TV show "Shark Tank," "The Hatch" features student entrepreneurs who present ideas to a panel of investors as they vie for start-up funds for their business ideas. This event will stream live from our website.

This event is part of E-Week 2013.

Free and open to the public; however registration is required.

RSVP: https://cbaapps.business.bgsu.edu/EWeekRegistration/RSVPForm.cfm

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Wednesday
Apr 10, 2013
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BGSU Business Administration Building Website
Wednesday
Apr 10, 2013
"The Hatch"
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Nine ideas. Six investors. Are these the next big ideas in business? There’s only one way to find out—join us for “The Hatch” on April 10. You’ll hear the pitches and find out who receives the funds to make their business idea a reality during this live and interactive event.

Similar to the TV show Shark Tank, BGSU students will present their ideas to a panel of investors who will decide if they want to help fund the business and mentor the entrepreneur. “The Hatch” is free and open to the public. It is presented by the Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and the College of Business.

“The Hatch” is part of our new Entrepreneurship Week (E-Week), April 8-12, 2013 at BGSU. Join us to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit with events such as the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship.

RSVP: https://cbaapps.business.bgsu.edu/EWeekRegistration/RSVPForm.cfm

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/152509941579399/

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Friday
Apr 12, 2013
Sebo Entrepreneurship Conference: Social Economics
BGSU

“Social Economics: Adding Value to Business with Social Media”

The Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship has been a huge success each year since its inception ten years ago, and it has become recognized as one of the most respected entrepreneurship events in the region.

This year’s theme is all about social media: effectively utilizing social media to create value for your business.

The College is excited to announce that the keynote speaker is international best-selling author Erik Qualman whose book, “Socialnomics,” is the definitive guide to using social media in business. Come learn how your business can grow with social media.

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Saturday
Apr 13, 2013
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BGSU Wolfe Center Website
Friday
Apr 26, 2013
Best Practices in Business Analytics
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Learn best practices for trend analysis, forecasting, and data mining from experts in the field. Keynote speaker is Ashwin Patil, who leads Analytics and Information Management for Automotive, Process and Industrial Products at Deloitte Consulting, LLP.

A best practices panel includes the following experts: Joe Gottron, SVP, CIO, Pharmaceutical Segment, Cardinal Health; Jim Albert, BGSU Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Department; and Ed White, BGSU Executive-in-Residence, former CFO of Owens-Illinois.

Luncheon speaker is Mike Hoskins '77, CTO and Executive V.P., Pervasive Software and General Manager, Big Data Products and Solutions.

Program

  • Registration, continental breakfast and networking, 7:30 - 8:15 a.m.
  • Opening remarks by President and Dean, 8:15 - 8:30 a.m.
  • Keynote, Ashwin Patil, Deloitte Consulting LLP, 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. (10-15 minutes Q&A). Title: "Business Analytics: What's the Big Deal?"
  • Break and networking, 9:30 - 10:00 a.m.
  • Best Analytics Practices Panel Discussion, 10:00-11:30 a.m.
  • Lunch and Presentation, Mike Hoskins, Pervasive Software, 11:30 - 1:00 p.m.

Cost is $95 per person or $450 for a table of six.

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Tuesday
Apr 30, 2013
Becoming a Woman of Influence
BGSU

Join BGSU's Center of Excellence - the Center for Developing Effective Business and Organizations - for "Becoming a Woman of Influence."

Agenda:

8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Registration/Networking

9:00 - 9:10 a.m. Welcome

9:10 - 10:15 a.m. Featured Keynote: "Becoming a Woman of Influence" Amy Shore, Senior Vice President, Nationwide Insurance

10:15 - 10:45 a.m. Break/Network

10:45 - 12:00 p.m.Panel Discussion

12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Luncheon

1:00 - 1:30 p.m. Networking

This event is free and open to the public, however all attendees must RSVP.

Participants will receive a copy of “Women Don’t Ask” by Linda Babcock, courtesy of Nationwide Insurance.

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Monday
May 6, 2013
Fair Use and Digitization
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BGSU - Jerome Library

As institutions explore the digital humanities and move toward digitizing collections, confusion about copyright and fair use issues hinders progress. If you are stymied and looking for help from copyright experts, this workshop is for you.

Expert facilitators for the Fair Use and Digitization Workshop are:

  • Brandon Butler, Director of Public Policy Initiatives, Association of Research Libraries
  • Jennifer Urban, Director of Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic; Assistant Clinical Professor of Law at University of California, Berkeley
  • David Hansen, Digital Libraries Fellow at Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, University of California, Berkeley

Workshop participants will:

  • learn about copyright issues in the digital age
  • apply this knowledge to real-life scenarios during the workshop*
  • work together to develop a Fair Use Check List
  • learn to create copyright risk assessments for their own collections
  • learn when to consult legal counsel with fair use questions
  • learn to make judicious selections of copyrighted materials for digitization

Participants are invited to submit potential case studies based on their own collections and projects.

The workshop will be on the BGSU campus (in the Pallister Conference Room of the Jerome Library) on Monday, May 6 and Tuesday, May 7

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Monday
May 13, 2013
Digital Cultures in the Age of Big Data
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BGSU

Track the conference all week via Twitter: https://twitter.com/search/realtime?q=%23digici

Although the sciences and quantitative social sciences have embraced new information technologies, the arts, humanities and qualitative social sciences have adapted and adopted them more unevenly and with varied enthusiasm. Digital Cultures in the Age of Big Data will help move BGSU humanities forward by fostering dynamic interactions among ideas, theories, and critical perspectives within the broad area of digital technologies.

This weeklong, interdisciplinary institute is devoted to the digital humanities and all the opportunities they present. This will be a week in which participants from the arts, humanities and qualitative social sciences — whether novices or well versed in new technologies — can come together to educate ourselves and one another in a community-building environment that marks the beginning of a changing culture on campus.

Areas of inquiry will include digital art and new media, electronic literature, digital scholarship and publishing, digital democracy, the Digital Divide and the politics of Big Data, the public humanities, and grant writing.

The institute will feature a digital art exhibition plus lectures, workshops, and discussions with seven scholars of digital culture and keynote addresses by two foundational figures in the field: Dr. N. Katherine Hayles, Professor of English at Duke University; and Dr. Lev Manovich, Professor at the CUNY Graduate Center; director of the Software Studies Initiative at the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, and a visiting professor at the European Graduate School.

Digital Cultures in the Age of Big Data will be the ideal occasion to find opportunities for transdisciplinary work involving the arts, humanities and qualitative social sciences. This institute is free and open to the public. BGSU graduate students may also receive a certificate in Digital Cultures for participating.

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Monday
Sep 30, 2013
Designing for Social Change
BGSU

Graphic designer Andrew Shea visits BGSU for his ARTalk on "Designing for Social Change." Shea works with companies designing websites, environmental graphics and books. He also teaches design at Parsons School of Design and recently spoke at TEDx Transmedia in Rome.

His presentation starts in 206 (theater) of the Bowen-Thompson Student Union. 5pm. Free.

Friday
Oct 4, 2013
Celebrating the 2013 International Year of Statistics
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Celebrating the 2013 International Year of Statistics features Alan Schwarz, best-selling author and New York Times Pulitzer Prize-nominated reporter.

Also included is a panel discussion by Jim Albert, Ph.D., Professor of Statistics, BGSU; Miriam Krause, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders, BGSU; and Andrew M. Schocket, Ph.D., Director, American Culture Studies and Associate Professor of History and American Culture Studies, BGSU.

Agenda:

  • 8:30 - 9 a.m. Registration
  • 9 - 10 a.m. Keynote Presentation by Alan Schwartz, best-selling author and New York Times Pulitzer Prize-nominated reporter
  • 10 - 10:30 a.m. Refreshment Break
  • 10:30 - 11:45 a.m. Panel Discussion: From Sports to Social Media

This event is free, but RSVP/registration is required.

Presented by the Center for Business Analytics, College of Business, and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, College of Arts and Sciences.

Alan Schwarz’s specialty is the integration of probability and statistics into narrative and investigative reporting. Author of The Numbers Game, a best-selling history of baseball statistics, Schwarz speaks to groups across the nation about the power of mathematics in storytelling.

Schwarz is best known for his four-year series that exposed the seriousness of concussions among athletes of all ages. His investigative pieces are generally seen as having revolutionized the respect and protocol for head injuries in almost every major youth and professional sport.

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Wednesday
Oct 23, 2013
BGSU ACM with Jim Youll
BGSU Overman Hall

Jim Youll of Twitter returns to the area. This time he is presenting to the BGSU Student ACM Chapter.

Jim, a Senior Site Reliability Engineer, will be discussing his work and experience gained from the Twitter Headquarters in San Francisco. Youll is a 1988 BGSU graduate (CS major, Photojournalism minor) who joined the Twitter team a year ago.

Myles pizza and soda will be provided.

Thursday
Nov 21, 2013
Supply Chain Logistics Lunch and Learn
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Global Entrepreneurship Week started with an idea in 2007 to inspire people all over the world to unleash their ideas and take the next step in their entrepreneurial journey. Today more than 77 countries have host organizations who participate in this week-long celebration. This year’s Global E-Week is scheduled for November 18-24 and the College of Business and the Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership are co-hosting two events on November 21.

Please join us for a day of learning about how Northwest Ohio’s important agricultural industry fits into feeding the world.

A “Supply Chain Logistics Lunch and Learn” is set for 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in 101 Olscamp. The lunch program focuses on the logistics of shipping local food and agricultural-related products to the rest of the world. Local entrepreneurs will explain the supply chain of their products.

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Thursday
Nov 21, 2013
Agri-Business: How Local Businesses Are Feeding the World
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Global Entrepreneurship Week (E-Week) started with an idea in 2007 to inspire people all over the world to unleash their ideas and take the next step in their entrepreneurial journey. Today more than 77 countries have host organizations who participate in this week-long celebration. This year’s Global E-Week is scheduled for November 18-24 and the College of Business and the Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership are co-hosting two events on November 21.

Please join us for a day of learning about how Northwest Ohio’s important agricultural industry fits into feeding the world.

The second program is called “Agribusiness: How Local Businesses Are Feeding the World” which is scheduled from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. also in 101 Olscamp.

Northwest Ohio’s agribusiness impacts the global economy. From growing to processing, you can find a bountiful harvest of healthful foods produced in this region. Learn from local experts and entrepreneurs about the importance of Northwest Ohio’s agricultural industry and their food products.

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Thursday
Jan 30, 2014
Enterprise Business System (SAP)
BGSU Overman Hall

Hear Bethany Ruiz from The Andersons discuss her knowledge regarding An Enterprise Business System (SAP). Ms. Ruiz is also a professor here at BGSU as she teaches a course in MIS. Food and drinks will be provided

By BGSU ACM and BGWIC.

Thursday
Apr 3, 2014
Women and Ethics in the Workplace
BGSU

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: THE COURAGE OF YOUR CONVICTIONS. Sherron Watkins, Former Vice President of Corporate Development at Enron as well as whistleblower of accounting irregularities.

PANEL DISCUSSION: ETHICAL ISSUES FACING WOMEN IN BUSINESS

Panel Moderator: Amy Shore ‘80, Senior Vice President, Field Operations at Nationwide Insurance

PANELISTS:

  • Marianne Ballas, Owner, Ballas Buick-GMC
  • Stephanie Imhoff '82, CPA and Independent Finance and Accounting Consultant
  • Andrea Price, President and CEO at Mercy Health Partners North
  • Sandra Rich, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer at Nationwide Insurance
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Monday
Apr 7, 2014
E-Week Kick-Off Breakfast
BGSU Business Administration Building

Featuring Krysten Jablonowski, Founder and President of Cribs on Campus and one of the 2013 Hatch participants who launched her own business.

There will also be an opportunity to speak with J. Robert Sebo '58, '13 (Hon.) who is the Entrepreneur in Residence.

Free and open to the public. Registration is required.

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Monday
Apr 7, 2014
E-Week Lunch and Learn: Start up equity financing
BGSU Business Administration Building

Panel discussion on start up equity financing.

Moderator: Dr. Dave Stott, Chair of Accounting and MIS Department, BGSU

Panel:

  • Raymond W. Braun, Dean, College of Business, BGSU
  • Bob Venzel, Business Owner, Venzel Communications, Inc.
  • Dr. Gene Poor, Hamilton Professor of Entrepreneurship
  • Ben Vollmar, Business Owner, Flatlands Coffee

There will also be an opportunity to speak with J. Robert Sebo '58, '13 (Hon.) who is the Entrepreneur in Residence.

Free and open to the public. Registration is required.

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Monday
Apr 7, 2014
"The Hatch" Rehearsal
BGSU Business Administration Building

Watch students practice their pitches for The Hatch.

  • Robert Striblen
  • Sara Scacchi
  • Stefan Grdic
  • Nicole Braxton
  • Caitlin Flack
  • Jerrod Witt
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Wednesday
Apr 9, 2014
E-Week Lunch and Learn: Legal considerations
BGSU Business Administration Building

Panel discussion on legal considerations when starting a business.

Moderator: Michael Slates, Instructor, Finance, BGSU

Panel:

  • Jim Rogers, Attorney at Law
  • David Miller, Attorney at Law
  • Tim Ault, Attorney at Law

Free and open to the public. Registration is required.

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Wednesday
Apr 9, 2014
Unexpected Legal Issues for Small Businesses
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Attend any or all of the following three sessions.

Immigration Laws and Business Impact (2-3 p.m.)

  • Business and Immigration Law. Fadi V. Nahhas, Esq., Eastman & Smith Ltd.

Trade Secrets Litigation – Protecting Your Competitive Advantages (3-4 p.m.)

  • Employment and Litigation Law. Barry W. Fissel, Esq., Eastman & Smith Ltd.

Commercial Leases: Review of Commonly Overlooked Terms and Provisions (4-5 p.m.)

  • Commercial Real Estate Law. Scott A. Johnson, Esq., Eastman & Smith Ltd.

CLE approved for Ohio credit, all welcome to attend.

RSVP for the Continuing Legal Education event by March 24 at kdove@bgsu.edu.

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Wednesday
Apr 9, 2014
The Hatch
BGSU

The Falcon Hatchery in the Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership accepts applications each fall from current BGSU undergraduate students hoping to launch a new business venture. If your application is accepted, you will be paired with an alumni mentor and will present your business idea to alumni investors during "The Hatch" event in April.

See http://www.bgsu.edu/business/centers-and-institutes/dallas-hamilton-center-for-entrepreneurial-leadership/2014-hatch-student-finalists.html for the list of student finalists.

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Thursday
May 1, 2014
Digilantes, Vulnerable Bodies, and Hyperbolic Violence on the Internet
BGSU

On May 1, at 5 pm in 201 BTSU, Dr. Lisa Nakamura, Gwendolyn Calvert Baker Professor of American Studies at the University of Michigan, will speak on “Digilantes, Vulnerable Bodies, and Hyperbolic Violence on the Internet.”

Dr. Nakamura’s publications include Cybertypes: Race, Ethnicity, and Identity on the Internet; Digitizing Race: Visual Cultures of the Internet, and Race After the Internet.

Presented by BGSU American Culture Studies, Institute for the Study of Culture and Society.

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Thursday
Sep 25, 2014
Software testing at Progressive (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents Dolly Kelly (Testing Manager) and Mike Keith (Software Test Engineer) of Progressive.

They will be giving a presentation about Progressive, some of their innovations and differences between STE and QAA roles.

Get your laptops, you will be loading and playing a game. Highest scoring team will receive Netduinos.

Pizza and soda are provided.

Thursday
Oct 2, 2014
Agile at Centric (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents four recent BG graduates from Centric. They will be giving presentation on Centric, Agile for Non- Agile users and “Three Amigos". It's based on the interactions that Business Analysts (BA), Developers, and Testers (QAA or QAM) have amongst each other to build a project.

Don't miss out this event! There is a great deal of knowledge and advice from these graduates. Pizza and soda will be provided!

Tuesday
Oct 7, 2014
Marathon Petroleum: CS, MIS, ISAC majors
BGSU

Marathon Petroleum is holding an information session for BGSU Computer Science, Management Information Systems and Information Systems Audit and Control majors.

They will talk about internships, co-ops and full time positions.

Friday
Oct 17, 2014
Business Analytics Symposium
BGSU Olscamp Hall

2014 BEST PRACTICES IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS SYMPOSIUM: The Next “Big” Thing in Big Data: Disruptive Data Science – Transforming Your Company into a Data Science-Driven Enterprise.

Keynote Presentation - Annika Jimenez, Pivotal. "Disruptive Data Science – Transforming Your Company into a Data Science-Driven Enterprise". Annika is a seasoned leader of analytics initiatives coming to Pivotal after more than six years in data leadership roles at Yahoo!

Featured Presentations:

  • Bob Harman, Global LSS Leader, Owen-Illinois
  • Shane Klumb, Senior Manager, Eaton
  • Jacob Loeffelholz, Director, Advanced Analytics, The Perduco Group

Cost:

  • $100 individual
  • $80 BGSU faculty/staff
  • BGSU students are free
  • $500 for a table of six
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Saturday
Nov 1, 2014
Annual Symposium on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Teaching
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Professional Development for preK-12 in-service and pre-service teachers, informal educators, and college faculty.

We are pleased to welcome you to the Northwest Ohio Symposium on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Teaching. This event offers a valuable opportunity for educators to share and learn from one another in our common effort to advance (STEM) education for people of all ages.

Last year over 350 people attended this event, including in-service and pre-service teachers, higher education faculty, and business and community partners participating in more than 50 sessions.

This year, we are offering over 70 informative and engaging sessions, and are thrilled to have as our keynote speaker NASA Engineer Kobie Boykins (more on Kobie on pg. 4).

We hope you find the 2014 Northwest Ohio Symposium on STEM Teaching to be a beneficial experience, especially those of you here for the first time. With your help, we will continue to make this symposium the premier STEM professional development opportunity for educators in northwest Ohio.

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Thursday
Nov 20, 2014
Gasoline and Ethanol Supply Chain Integration
BGSU

A panel of local experts will discuss supply chain and logistics focusing on gasoline and ethanol. Enjoy breakfast and learn how these companies are connected throughout the world.

Moderator: Charlie Carr, Manager, Business and Product Development, The Andersons, Inc.

Panelists:

  • Chris Gulgin ‘10, Director of Finance, Ethanol Group, Andersons, Inc.
  • Rod Harris, Manager, Business Development, The Andersons, Inc.
  • Neil McKinstray, President, Ethanol Group, The Andersons, Inc.
  • Dave Whikehart, Director, Product Supply and Optimization, Marathon Petroleum Company

The College of Business at BGSU is celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week, an International initiative to inspire people throughout the world to unleash their ideas and take the next step in their entrepreneurial journey.

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Thursday
Nov 20, 2014
Agribusiness Advisory Panel
BGSU Student Union

Hot topics in agriculture will be the focus of this event with featured speakers and a keynote presenter discussing current issues facing agribusiness.

Featured Presentations:

  • Succession - Paul Croy, Attorney at Law, Robison, Curphey, and O'Connell
  • GAP - Good Agricultural Practices - Ed Sharek, Product Development and Sourcing Manager of CMC Group

Keynote Presentation: Genetically Modified Organisms, Greg Jaffe, Director of Biotechnology, Center for Science in the Public Interest

The College of Business at BGSU is celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week, an International initiative to inspire people throughout the world to unleash their ideas and take the next step in their entrepreneurial journey.

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Thursday
Nov 20, 2014
Case Studies in Agribusiness
BGSU

Local businesses discuss the importance that Northwest Ohio plays in the agricultural industry and the impact our area has throughout the world. Enjoy food samplings and case studies from Mom Wilson's Country Mart, Monteleone Peppers, The Cookie Jar, Willy's Inc.

The College of Business at BGSU is celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week, an International initiative to inspire people throughout the world to unleash their ideas and take the next step in their entrepreneurial journey.

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Friday
Mar 27, 2015
2015 Women in Leadership | Designing Your Career
BGSU Student Union

2015 Women in Leadership | Designing Your Career

Keynote Speaker: Amy DuBois Barnett, former editor-in-chief, Ebony

Featured Presenters:

  • Pamela K.M. Beall, Senior Vice President, Corporate Planning, Government and Public Affairs, Marathon Petroleum Corporation
  • Jan Heppe, President of the Americas, Burberry
  • Maribeth Rahe, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fort Washington Investment Advisors, Inc.
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Monday
Apr 6, 2015
BGSU E-Week: Kick-off Breakfast
BGSU Business Administration Building

The entrepreneurial spirit comes alive at Bowling Green State University this week as we celebrate innovation in business with a host of interactive events and activities.

Kick-off Breakfast

9:30 - 11:00 am - David J Joseph Company Business Hub

Speaker Jamie Zulch, Owner of Jamie's Seams to Fit & The Formal Detail will discuss "Small Business Start-up"

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Monday
Apr 6, 2015
BGSU E-Week: Lunch & Learn - "Money"
BGSU Business Administration Building

The entrepreneurial spirit comes alive at Bowling Green State University this week as we celebrate innovation in business with a host of interactive events and activities.

Lunch & Learn

11:30 am - 1:00 pm - David J Joseph Company Business Hub

Food provided by Campus Pollyeyes

Speaker: Gene Poor and PNC Bank will discuss "Money: Find out about FFF (Family, Friends, & Fools)"

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Monday
Apr 6, 2015
BGSU E-Week: Hatch Rehearsal
BGSU Business Administration Building

The entrepreneurial spirit comes alive at Bowling Green State University this week as we celebrate innovation in business with a host of interactive events and activities.

Hatch Rehearsal

6:00 - 8:00 pm - David J Joseph Company Business Hub

Food by Beckett's Burgers

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Wednesday
Apr 8, 2015
BGSU E-Week: The Hatch
BGSU Stroh Center

The entrepreneurial spirit comes alive at Bowling Green State University this week as we celebrate innovation in business with a host of interactive events and activities.

Students have the unique opportunity to launch a business with the assistance of a business start-up program called "The Hatch." If selected as a Hatchling through an application process, students work on a business presentation with an alumni mentor for ten weeks. The aspiring entrepreneurs then face a panel of investors, along with a live audience, and pitch their ideas in hopes of obtaining funding to “hatch” their venture, similar to the television show "Shark Tank."

Free and open to the public: however registration is required.

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Wednesday
Apr 8, 2015
Google Tech Talk with Amin Ahmad
BGSU Olscamp Hall

On Wednesday the 8th, BGSU ACM will host a Google engineer, Amin Ahmad, here to tell us about Google’s mission and what it is like to work for one of the worlds largest and most innovative corporations. He will also highlight some current research projects Google is working on that have the potential to dramatically change our world for the better!

Please join us at 7:30 to hear all about Google and the exciting things that Amin has prepared for us! As always there will be food and drinks provided.

Photos from the event: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.10152989204612670&type=1

Friday
Apr 10, 2015
BGSU Sebo Conference
BGSU Student Union

2015 SEBO SERIES IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP, Friday, April 10, 2015, Lenhart Grand Ballroom, Bowen-Thompson Student Union

Theme: Disruptive Forces in Business

Speaker:

Jeffrey Taylor, Founder, Monster.com

Presentation: Be a Disruptive Force: How You Can Change the Rules of Your Industry

Other presentations by:

Matt Hlavin, rapid prototype and manufacturing - rp+m. Topic: 3D Printing

Joe McAleese, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC. Topic: Sensory Technology

Lou Terse, Partners LLC. Topic: Drones

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Tuesday
Apr 14, 2015
Pizza and Poor: The Man, The Myth, The Entrepreneur
BGSU - Digital Imaging Lab

Come hear the creator of the VCT program, Dr. Gene Poor.

Dr. Poor will be entertaining your ear-holes on a wide range of topics, including how VCT at BGSU came to be, his own story, and about his businesses.

There will also be PIZZA!

Monday
Apr 20, 2015
BGSU Women in Computing - Owens Corning
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Women in Computing is holding an event Monday night.

Two former BG students who now work at Owens Corning will be coming in to talk about their jobs and how they decided on their career paths.

This event is open to everyone. It will be Monday the 20th at 6:30 in Olscamp 119.

Friday
May 8, 2015
BGSU Graphic Design Senior Show
BGSU Wolfe Center

RHOMBI•CUB•OCTA•HEDRON :: 26 portfolios, 26 viewpoints, 26 students.

Join us to celebrate the Final Portfolios of our Graduating Seniors in the 2015 BGSU Graphic Design Program.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Lot N will be available for Parking.

Wednesday
Sep 30, 2015
2015 Women in Leadership | Investing in Women is Smart Business
BGSU Student Union

Moving to Fall!

Mark your calendars for the next Women in Leadership conference on Wednesday, September 30, 2015!

Our theme is Investing in Women is Smart Business.

Keynote Presenter: Sallie Krawcheck, Chair of the Ellevate Network and Ellevate Asset Management. One of the most respected voices on Wall Street.

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Friday
Oct 9, 2015
Insights + Analytics: Coming Together
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Center for Business Analytics Symposium.

Keynote presenters:

  • Jeff Schlageter, IBM Vice President, Ohio Valley Sales & Distribution
  • Brian M. Van Bibber, Business Development Manager, IBM North American Analytics Center

Panel Discussions:

  • Chris VanCuyk, Champion Solutions Group. “Shortcomings and Evolution of Traditional Marketing Insights”
  • Tammy Hope, Champion Solutions Group. “Evolution of Marketing-Oriented Business Analytics”
  • Ravi Kandikonda, Comcast. “Creation of a Leading-Edge Business Practice Through the Marriage of These Two Disciplines"

The event concludes with the Business Analytics Case Competition student presentations.

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Saturday
Nov 14, 2015
MCURCSM 2015
BGSU Hayes Hall

The Midstates Conference for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science and Mathematics seeks to advance the scholarly level of undergraduate mathematics and computer science research in the midstates region by soliciting academic papers written by students in collaboration with their mentors describing the outcomes of their research programs.

The day-long conference will have tracks in both Computer Science and Mathematics.

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Sunday
Apr 3, 2016
BGSU E-Week: "The Prophet" movie viewing
BGSU Wolfe Center

Save the dates for BGSU's Entrepreneurship Week, which will include The Hatch and the Sebo Conference.

There will be many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

Movie viewing of “The Prophet” produced by alumnus Steven Hanson '75

Thomas B. and Kathleen M. Donnell Theater, The Wolfe Center for the Arts

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Monday
Apr 4, 2016
BGSU E-Week: Creating a Digital Work of Art from a Literary Classic
BGSU Business Administration Building

Save the dates for BGSU's Entrepreneurship Week, which will include The Hatch and the Sebo Conference.

There will be many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

The David J. Joseph Company Business Hub, 2nd Floor, College of Business

“The Prophet” – Creating a Digital Work of Art from a Literary Classic

Speaker: Steven Hanson '75, President and CEO, Hanson Inc.

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Monday
Apr 4, 2016
BGSU E-Week: The Hatch Rehearsal
BGSU Business Administration Building

Save the dates for BGSU's Entrepreneurship Week, which will include The Hatch and the Sebo Conference.

There will be many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

The Hatch Rehearsal

The David J. Joseph Company Business Hub, 2nd Floor, College of Business

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Thursday
Apr 7, 2016
BGSU E-Week: The Hatch
BGSU

The Hatch is BGSU's student business venture program.

Limited seating at Lenhart Grand Ballroom. Student watch party in Olscamp Hall.

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Monday
Apr 18, 2016
BGSU Women in Computing - Cisco
BGSU Business Administration Building

Representatives of Cisco will speak on leveraging technology in a fast-paced market where start-ups are challenging many corporations.

  • Doug Good VP, Engineering and Architectures
  • Cindy Goodwin-Sak, Director of Strategy & Operations, WW Systems Engineering and Technology

BGSU Women in Computing is a student organization sponsored by the Department of Computer Science. The BGWIC mission is to support the unique needs of female students pursuing a degree in Computer Science by providing professional development, social networking, and community involvement opportunities in a collaborative, empowering environment.

Tuesday
Apr 26, 2016
When Robots Rule the Earth
BGSU Olscamp Hall

Professor Robin Hanson, author of the forthcoming The Age of Em: Work, Love and Life When Robots Rule the Earth will discuss a potential future characterized by brain emulation and robots.

April 26th, Olscamp Hall 111, 4:30-6:00pm

This event is open to the public.

Robin Hanson is associate professor of economics at George Mason University and research associate at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University. He has over 60 academic publications, and his new book The Age of Em: Work, Love and Life When Robots Rule the Earth will be published by Oxford University Press May 2016.

Robin Hanson pioneered prediction markets in 1988 and previously worked as a research programmer at Lockheed and NASA.

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Saturday
Jul 16, 2016
BGSU Alumni in IT at the Mud Hens
Fifth Third Field

BGSU Alumni who work in Information Technology are invited to attend the July 16th Mud Hens baseball game (against the Columbus Clippers). We have a block of 30 seats in Section 118. Tickets are $12 each. Bring the family!

Enjoy the world famous Mud Hens. Buy your own food and drinks. Network with your fellow BGSU alumni in IT.

Fill out this form to arrange the purchase of tickets. First come, first served. Once the 30 tickets are gone, you will have to buy your own tickets directly from the Mud Hens.

Keith Instone (Computer Science '86 & '88) will process your order and get in touch with you on the money and ticket exchange.

On behalf of the BGSU Computer Science Affinity Group Leadership Team: Keith Instone, Steven Detmer (Business '03), Andy Monyak (MIS '01), and Andrea Broerman (Computer Science '99).

Also, BGSU faculty who have taught computer science, MIS and other IT-related classes will be invited to help alumni connect with the people who helped them prepare for their IT careers.

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Wednesday
Oct 19, 2016
IBM Watson (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Olscamp Hall

The BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents a guest speaker from IBM to talk about Watson.

Watson is an artificially intelligent computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural language, developed in IBM's DeepQA project by a research team led by principal investigator David Ferrucci.

ACM is proud to sponsor them on campus. We are inviting everyone to come to this event and learn some valuable information outside the class.

Tuesday
Oct 25, 2016
Data processing architecture using AWS (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents a Tech talk by AMAZON. Yes you heard that right, AMAZON will be here on campus on October 25th talking about their architectures for processing big data using Amazon Web Services. Web services are becoming an integral part of modern computing.

ACM is excited to host Fletcher Riverance from Amazon on campus. We hope to see you there.

There will be food for you during the event.

Tuesday
Jan 31
Tech Talk by Medical Mutual (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Hayes Hall

The BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents a guest speaker from Medical Mutual. Cleveland, Ohio.

They are going to talk about how their web applications interact with different tools including IBM.

A HR recruiter and a Software Engineer from Medical Mutual will be present during the talk. It is a great opportunity to learn about something outside the classroom. You can also learn about their possible job opportunities. They hire a good number of BGSU students for internships/ full-time positions.

We hope to see you there ! ! ! Free food is provided.

Tuesday
Feb 21
BGSU Student Symposium on Design
BGSU Park Avenue Building

Join us at BGSU's Symposium on Design & Innovation, featuring opening remarks by the common read author Warren Berger.

  • 4pm - 5pm ThinkTank - Design Education
  • 5pm - 6pm College Dinner with Warren Berger
  • 6pm - 8pm Opening remarks by the author and PechaKucha presentations

The symposium is inspired by Berger's argument where the act of questioning is weighed with the most critical role in enabling innovation, problem solving, and advancement in one's personal life and career. The symposium is intended to build discourse around the topics of architecture, design, and innovation through reflections on their theoretical underpinnings and successful patterns in the past, present, and future.

Thursday
Feb 23
DevOps Technologies (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Hayes Hall

The BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents a guest speaker from Nationwide, Carmen DeArdo, to talk about DevOps.

DevOps is the practice of operations and development engineers participating together in the entire service lifecycle, from design through the development process to production support.

Thursday
Mar 23
Technology Bridge Between Radio and Health Care
BGSU Student Union

David Kennedy, who has had a distinguished career within the media industry, will present “The Technology Bridge Between Radio and Health Care: Questions and Innovations” at 2:30 p.m. on March 23 in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union Theater (Room 206).

His talk will address how a simple question to extend radio listenership to mobile devices led to much more. The process resulted in an increased awareness that the same technology could be used to advance health care practices including new capabilities, greater precision and improved outcomes.

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Monday
Apr 3
BGSU E-Week Lunch and Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

Julie Harbal, From Student Worker to Owner

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Monday
Apr 3
BGSU E-Week: Hatch Rehearsal
BGSU Business Administration Building

This week is filled with a host of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

The Hatch Rehearsal, Monday, April 3, 6 – 8 p.m., The David J. Joseph Company Business Hub, 2nd Floor, College of Business Administration

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Tuesday
Apr 4
BGSU E-Week Lunch and Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

Adam Goldberg, From Artist to Entrepreneur

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Tuesday
Apr 4
BGSU E-Week: Hatch Rehearsal
BGSU Business Administration Building

This week is filled with a host of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

The Hatch Rehearsal, Monday, April 3, 6 – 8 p.m., The David J. Joseph Company Business Hub, 2nd Floor, College of Business Administration

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Wednesday
Apr 5
BGSU E-Week Lunch and Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

Elsa Vogel, Pieces of Me - Building a Brand from Scratch

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Wednesday
Apr 5
BGSU Women in Computing - Hyland Software
BGSU Business Administration Building

Come out and hear from Rebecca Sullivan and Tori Brenneison, who are both developers at Hyland Software! Their presentation is described as "writing clean, maintainable code, with some life lessons for new developers who might be interacting with huge existing codebases"

Thursday
Apr 6
BGSU E-Week Women in Leadership
BGSU Business Administration Building

Rebecca Li, CEO and lifestyle curator

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Thursday
Apr 6
BGSU E-Week Dr. Gene Poor reception
BGSU Student Union

Join us in celebrating Dr. Poor’s 50 years of teaching entrepreneurship.

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Thursday
Apr 6
BGSU E-Week The HatchTonight
BGSU Student Union

Join an enthusiastic audience and panel of experts who analyze and discuss each Hatchling’s business idea. Root for your Hatchling and vote on who earns the “Eggy!”

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Thursday
Apr 6
BGSU E-Week The Hatch
BGSU Student Union

"Shark Tank" Falcon style - limited seating, registration required!

BGSU student entrepreneurs will present their business ideas to alumni investors during The Hatch on April 6, vying for funds to launch their businesses in a format similar to the popular television show “Shark Tank.” This event is streamed to Hatch Watch parties across the country and to several countries throughout the world.

What sets The Hatch apart from similar events is that the alumni investors make equity investments providing real money for students to launch real businesses. To date, more than $500,000 have been committed to student startups.

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Friday
Apr 7
BGSU E-Week Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship
BGSU Student Union

Speakers:

  • Sir Ken Robinson
  • D.C. Crenshaw
  • Gordon Hamm
  • Maribeth Rahe

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Monday
Apr 17
BGSU ACM Election 2017 and Movie Night
BGSU Hayes Hall

The BGSU Student chapter of ACM is taking some time out to relax with a screening of "Dr.Strange" from Marvel.

We will also announce the results of our election that night and introduce the new cabinet members for 2017-18.

Free food will be provided.

Saturday
Sep 30
Alumni Panel: 25 Years of Digital Arts at BGSU
BGSU Wolfe Center

Join us in welcoming back successful alumni who work in a variety of industries from the past 25 years of Digital Arts as they share what BGSU meant to them and how they discovered their career paths.

Featuring Panel Participants:

  • Gary Davis DA (BFA 1992)
  • Chad Greene DA (BFA 1992)
  • Tina Bell Vance DA (MFA 2002)
  • Mercé Culp DA (BFA 2006)
  • Ken Fairclough DA (MFA 2014)
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Wednesday
Oct 18
Future Casting: AI & Jobs of the Future
BGSU Collab Lab, Jerome Library, 1st Floor

Futurecasting at the Collab Lab provides an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge technology and discuss how it might affect us. At this event, we will discuss how automation technology like self-driving cars, and artificial intelligence will change the way we live.

To prep, you can watch this TED talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/david_lee_why_jobs_of_the_future_won_t_feel_like_work

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Friday
Oct 27
2017 Business Analytics Symposium
BGSU Student Union

8:00 am - Registration and Breakfast

8:30 am - Opening Remarks

8:45 am - Keynote: Carlos Londono, Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Owens-Illinois

9:45 am - Break

10:00 am - Panel Discussion on Supply Chain Analytics with Leading Experts, Led by Dr. Arthur Yeh, Associate Dean, BGSU, College of Business

11:30 am - Lunch

12:30 pm - O-I Business Analytics Student Case Competition Presentations

1:15 pm - Award Presentations

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Wednesday
Nov 15
Future Casting: AI & How we'll earn money in a future without jobs
BGSU Collab Lab, Jerome Library, 1st Floor

Futurecasting at the Collab Lab provides an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge technology and discuss how it might affect us.

At this event, we will watch a Ted Talk about the future of AI. If machines can think, learn and adapt, does that mean that we humans will end up with significant unemployment? What should we do about it?

In this talk - https://www.ted.com/talks/martin_ford_how_we_ll_earn_money_in_a_future_without_jobs - futurist Martin Ford makes the case for separating income from traditional work and instituting a universal basic income.

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Friday
Nov 17
Threat on Your Doorstep: Cybersecurity for Executives
BGSU at Levis Commons

Join Bowling Green State University and Michigan Cyber Range for a FREE cybersecurity workshop!

“Threat on Your Doorstep” provides an in-depth analysis of the current threat landscape that ensures your organization is prepared to address cybersecurity incidents and threats.

With the guidance of instructor Dr. Joe Adams, participants will explore topics such as phishing, cyber terrorism, social engineering, incident response, hacking and more.

Deadline to RSVP is November 1, 2017.

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