Trillions of cicadas are beginning to emerge across the U.S. and one Bowling Green State University expert is available to add insight, context to your reportingBowling Green State University
Dr. Timothy Davis, the Patrick L. & Debra (Scheetz) Ryan Endowed Professor at BGSU, was one of nine international researchers recently named to the Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) for GlobalHAB, an international program that is jointly sponsored by the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO.
At the start of every new year, gyms fill with patrons who have fitness aspirations. But by February, the gyms are mostly empty. There’s a way to avoid this, says Nathan Peters: hire a personal trainer.
Dr. Jeremy Wallach, a BGSU professor of popular culture and expert on popular music and globalization, was invited to Venice, Italy, for the annual “Music and Musicology in the 21st Century” conference. He presented on the soulful experience of the recording studio, and why technology cannot replace that personal interaction.
Bowling Green State University’s National Center for Family and Marriage Research (NCFMR) has recently taken a closer look at the changing face of fatherhood.
Bowling Green State University has two professors in the Department of Popular Culture available to discuss the life and impact of author Ray Bradbury.
Ohio's jobless rate continues to fall. Dr. Melissa Miller, a political science professor at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, is available to discuss the political ramifications in this vital swing state.
Dr. Neil Englehart, an associate professor of political science at Bowling Green State University, is one of a select few who has been allowed to travel in North Korea for research. He is available to discuss the impending controversial rocket launch in that country.
Once again, all eyes are turning to Ohio. The Presidential-election swing state is one of the biggest prizes on Super Tuesday, awarding more delegates than any other state except Georgia.
People may think that online dating is only for the young, but individuals over the age of 60 are the fastest growing demographic in online dating. However, they may be looking for different qualities in their relationships than their younger counterparts.
Bowling Green State University has two experts available to comment on the Wikipedia protest, SOPA and PIPA legislation.
Dr. Melissa Miller is a specialist in American Politics. Her research interests include gender and politics, political participation, and political behavior. She is available to comment on the caucus and primary season.
This year’s off-season election is anything but quiet in Ohio thanks to Issue 2. On Nov. 8, voters will decide on the controversial law, introduced by Gov. John Kasich and originally passed by the Legislature as Senate Bill 5. The measure restricts the collective bargaining rights of the state’s public workers by changing what’s open for negotiations. Dr. Melissa Miller, associate professor of political science, is available to discuss the political implications of Issue 2 and how it may affect the 2012 election year.