News Archive


to
Reset

KCON offers flu vaccination clinics

September 17, 2014

The GVSU Family Health Center will offer flu vaccination clinics for students, faculty and staff members and their dependents and retirees through September. (Updated list below.)

Meetings focus on community as classroom

September 17, 2014

Beginning Sept. 19, a series of colloquia with faculty and staff members, along with community partners will explore community as a classroom.

New School Psychology graduate program launches

September 17, 2014

The Psychology department will host an open house on September 24 at the Alumni House and Visitor Center to introduce the new school psychology program.

Office of Fellowships announces fall workshop schedule

September 17, 2014

The Frederik Meijer Office of Fellowships has announced the schedule of its fall workshop series. Workshops are intended to help students learn how to put together applications for highly-competitive awards and scholarships.

Regional Math and Science Center celebrates 25th anniversary

Regional Math and Science Center celebrates 25th anniversary

September 17, 2014

Regional Math and Science Center Anniversary will be celebrated with an open house September 23.

Documentary examines how local immigrants connect to home countries with technology

Documentary examines how local immigrants connect to home countries with technology

September 16, 2014

"From Somewhere Else: Transnational Communities and Media" debuts October 13 at 6 p.m. in the L. William Seidman Center.

Photo Courtesy: United States Department of the Navy

GVSU alumna to discuss Navy public relations job opportunities

September 16, 2014

Lt. j.g. Jennifer Cunningham, '03, will talk with students on September 18 about her experiences working in public relations for the U.S. Navy.

GVSU art collection expands in new Fall Arts Celebration exhibit

September 16, 2014

The "Shared Passion: A Gift of the Stuart and Barbara Padnos Foundation Collection" is on display through October 31.

GVSU project will document urban Native American history

GVSU project will document urban Native American history

September 16, 2014

A project led by a Grand Valley group aims to create the first archival collection of urban Native American experiences in West Michigan.

Honors college seniors plan 5k to benefit organization in Ghana

Honors college seniors plan 5k to benefit organization in Ghana

September 16, 2014

Registration is currently open for a 5k run on the Allendale Campus that will help benefit Challenging Heights, an organization in Ghana that works to rescue child slaves and reduce human trafficking.

1 2 3 ... 802