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September 21, 2023

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Former BGSU professor’s death ruled homicide

Dawn Glanz, a former University professor, was found dead in her home in Bowling Green on May 9 and her death was recently ruled a homicide by the Wood County Coroner.

“The autopsy showed there’d been a … sharp force injury to the scalp,” said Maj. Tony Hetrick of the Bowling Green Police Division. “The manner of death was homicide.”

The coroner ruled the death a homicide on Dec. 23. Between the time of the death and the ruling of homicide, there was an autopsy and the police were working to try and develop suspects, Hetrick said. There are no suspects right now, he said.

It is an open and active investigation, Hetrick said.

Glanz’s husband Robert Brown called the police on May 9, when he found her unresponsive in the bathroom of her home on Kensington Boulevard.

Glanz was deceased by the time the police got there and because of health problems, “it wasn’t at first apparent it was a homicide,” Hetrick said.

Only after investigation did the police start asking questions about whether or not it was a natural death, Hetrick said.

Glanz, 67, was an associate professor of art and taught at the University from 1978 to 2003, according to the University website. She specialized in 18th and 19th century American Art, Western Art, Northern Art and Modern Art.

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