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Current CRP selection ties in with national issues

December 01, 2016

Faculty member calls it a "case study" of Islamophobia; author will visit campus in March.

NCMC visits campus to explore sustainability connections

November 21, 2016

The North Central Michigan College group wanted to make connections on sustainability initiatives.

Symposium spotlights immigrants, refugees

November 18, 2016

Panelists shared stories of coming to America or supporting others in their quest to find a home.

Pilot cohort in Detroit for U-M program

November 14, 2016

Six students are in Detroit, immersed in a program that focuses on the city's history and activism.

Week of events planned to celebrate new major

November 08, 2016

Keynote, open house and film screenings planned to celebrate Global Studies and Social Impact.

Kutsche Office offers grants to faculty members

October 31, 2016

The Kutsche Office of Local History will offer grants to faculty to work with community partners.

Grand Valley participates in tree-planting initiative

October 28, 2016

Grand Valley is supporting a project to increase the number of trees in the City of Grand Rapids.

Scholar will discuss censorship, religion

October 28, 2016

Wendy Doniger's book was withdrawn from publication in India after lawsuits in that country.

Register for annual civil discourse symposium

October 24, 2016

Register for the November 10 symposium that will center on global migration and immigrants.

Students learn history through Black Lives Matter course

October 19, 2016

Course provided unique experience by blending history, current events

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