Our Mission: "Giving Voice to Diverse Communities Through History."
The Kutsche Office of Local History, located in the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies, is home to the Local History Roundtable as well as several projects helping local groups and people preserve, protect, and retain history that is important to them. This is accomplished through oral histories, supervised internships, research experiences, and fellowships, faculty directed projects and the work of experts in their specific fields.
You can be a part of this exciting initiative by becoming a Friend of the Kutsche Office of Local History by making a gift of $45. Your gift will allow you discounts to future programs of the Kutsche Office of Local History.
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Please contact us at (616)331-8099 or email@example.com with questions or to learn more about our Office and how we can work with you. We look forward to hearing from you!
April 09, 2015
Watch Fox 17's Morning Mix this morning at 9:45 a.m. to hear Molly Matson, president of GVSU's Native American Student Association, talk about this weekend's Pow Wow, Native culture, and traditions.
March 30, 2015
H. Sook Wilkinson received this year's 2015 Gordon Olson Award. Finalists for the award included Cindy Laug, CLAS Dean's Office, and Lori Shusta, Grand Valley American Indian Lodge.
March 26, 2015
Hank Meijer, co-chairman of Meijer Inc., gave the opening keynote address at the 6th Annual Local History Roundtable. This year's meeting was focused on "Food, Farm, and Table."
March 21, 2015
Project partners will present a workshop, "Making History: Art as Activism" at Eastern Michigan University's 4th annual Ecojustice and Activism Conference.