Bowling Green State University


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Bowling Green State University,

at Bowling Green, Ohio; coeducational; chartered 1910 as a normal school, opened 1914. It became a college in 1929, a university in 1935. The school has research institutes in photochemical sciences and Canadian studies, as well as a library of popular culture.
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Caption: Recent Bowling Green State University student Daniel Krentz (right), who majored in 3-Dimensional Studies, created the Columnal sculpture by utilizing Quikrete Crack Resistant Concrete and Quikrete Quik-Tubes.
"Parental verbal aggression towards adolescents is just as - if not more - destructive than severe physical aggression, particularly in families seeking mental health services," said Michelle Leroy, also of Bowling Green State University who led the research.
He earned an MFA degree from Bowling Green State University in 2005, and a PhD from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in 2010, where he was a Schaeffer/Black Mountain Fellow in creative writing.
Other accolades: the Ohioana Career Award from the Ohioana Library Association and honorary doctorates from Wittenberg University and his other alma mater, Bowling Green State University (bachelor's in English and geology and master's in English).
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Nowlin holds both his Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from Bowling Green State University (Ohio).
Bill has Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bowling Green State University where he majored in Marketing.
The research was carried out by Priscilla Coleman, professor of human development and family studies at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.
The research, carried out by Professor Priscilla Coleman from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, includes 22 studies from 1995 to 2009 and involves more than 877,000 women, of which almost 164,000 had had an abortion.
He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Bowling Green State University, and holds a Master of Science in Real Estate from New York University.
Greg Garske, at Bowling Green State University, has accepted the role of JOR's Associate Editor for Book Reviews.
Scientists at Bowling Green State University wanted to see how effective hydrogen peroxide, sodium chloride and distilled water would be in reducing E.
He is a former Bowling Green State University fellow in the School of Technology, Purdue University North Central Outstanding professor Engineering and Technology, and currently full professor at Concordia University Chicago.

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