It will be a historic Homecoming as we celebrate the successful completion of our largest fundraising effort, the Changing Lives for the World campaign – with more than $255 million raised in support of our mission to create public good.
Check back throughout the summer for more information!
Bowling Green State University alumna Sara Houlihan ’09 has found herself on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic as a physical therapist in Ann Arbor, Michigan, helping critically ill coronavirus patients regain the strength to return home and continue their recovery.
Evan Barnett is one of 11 BGSU senior nursing students who will immediately join the health care workforce to help care for COVID-19 patients and others as a result of an executive order issued by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, along with a temporary license from the Ohio Board of Nursing.
Colin Bell ’09 in Los Angeles and Evan Bell ’05 in Minneapolis are among thousands of Bowling Green State University alumni serving in hospitals and other health care locations around the world, treating and caring for COVID-19 patients and putting themselves at risk in order to save lives.
Use the hashtags #FalconFamily to connect with other Falcons or send messages of encouragement to current students on social media.
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