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Events

MoneySmart Academy

MoneySmart Academy

Today, 3pm - 4pm
Want to win a $500 scholarship and become more financially savvy? Want to learn about money & making it last? Come out and learn more about your personal finances. Sessions will cover Spending Plans, Credit, Loans, Finanzing your Education, and Wealth Building. REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Excellence Series: Bias Incident Protocol Training

Excellence Series: Bias Incident... Protocol Training

Today, 3:30pm - 5pm
Presented by Members of the GVSU Team Against Bias (TAB). What is a bias incident? Do they happen at GVSU? What do I do if I experience or witness one? The Team Against Bias (TAB) is a diverse group of faculty, staff and students at GVSU. The group was created to review information...
How Ancient Israel Began: a New Archaeological Perspective

How Ancient Israel Began: a New... Archaeological Perspective

Today, 6pm - 8pm
DEV 136e 6:00 pm David Ilan (Director of the Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology, Hebrew Union College) Over the last hundred years ago or so a number of models have been proposed to explain the origins of ancient Israel. All these have been informed to some degree by the...

News

GVSU helps students apply for financial aid

GVSU helps students apply for financial aid

College-bound students and their families can get help applying for financial aid during College Goal Sunday,... February 14.
Beyrle receives Hauenstein Fellowship Medal

Beyrle receives Hauenstein Fellowship Medal

John Beyrle, Grand Valley alumnus and former ambassador to the Russian Federation, was awarded the Hauenstein... Fellowship Medal.
Laker Effect felt all over in any season

Laker Effect felt all over in any season

Grand Valley launched a new branding campaign in February and university leaders hope prospective students, supporters... and others will experience the "Laker Effect."