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What does BGSU stand for?
BGSU stands for Bowling Green State University
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Muego is currently a professor of political science and member of the graduate faculty in the Department of Natural and Social Sciences of Firelands College of Bowling Green State University.
Leathers, who is Ernst & Young Professor Emeritus at Bowling Green State University, theorized that passing rates would rebound once the flurry of test taking was over and the 150 hour educational requirement was implemented nationwide.
Researchers from the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo and Bowling Green State University noticed that nonprotein drugs used to treat diseases of the large intestine contain chemical bonds called azoaromatic bonds, which enable them to reach their target organ intact.