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Fulbright scholar shares holiday tradition

December 22, 2014

While teaching abroad on a Fulbright Scholar award, a faculty member has shared an American holiday tradition with his international students and colleagues.

Researchers developing affordable flow battery technology

December 19, 2014

Researchers are working to create a new type of flow battery technology that will allow the capture, collection and storage of energy through organic compounds.

GVSU becomes recertified by state for environmental stewardship

December 05, 2014

Grand Valley again became certified by the Michigan Turfgrass Environmental Stewardship Program (MTESP) for continuing to adopt pollution prevention practices, reduce waste and comply with environmental laws and regulations.

Honors College to host experts on fight against human trafficking

December 01, 2014

Students in a Honors College class will host a panel discussion about the fight against human trafficking that will feature James Kofi Annan, a former child slave and founder of Challenging Heights, an organization in Ghana dedicated to rescuing victims of the slave trade.

Canceled: community reading project panel

November 19, 2014

Organizers have canceled a panel discussion tonight about the Community Reading Project selection, "Five Days at Memorial," due to weather.

Emergency personnel will discuss community book

November 17, 2014

Area emergency medical staff members will provide insight into West Michigan disaster preparedness and discuss this year's Community Reading Project, "Five Days at Memorial."

Grand Valley ranked in top 10 for study abroad participation

November 17, 2014

Grand Valley is ranked in the top 10 of institutions its size for the number of students who participate in study abroad programs.

Grand Valley ranked in top 10 for study abroad participation

November 17, 2014

Grand Valley is ranked in the top 10 of institutions its size for the number of students who participate in study abroad programs.

Events will celebrate International Education Week

November 17, 2014

The Padnos International Center will celebrate International Education Week November 17-21 with events that celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange.

Canceled: second Native American event set for Wednesday

November 17, 2014

A Native American Heritage Month campus dialogue event, scheduled for November 19, has been canceled.

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