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Kutsche Office of Local History Announces Community Collaboration Grant

Kutsche Office of Local History Announces Community Collaboration Grant

Community Collaboration Grant was designed to provide meaningful opportunities for faculty working with students and communities in West Michigan.

Lakeshore county collects oral histories of residents for archives

Lakeshore county collects oral histories of residents for archives

The Kutsche Office partnership with the Oceana County Hispanic Center and the countys Historical and Genealogical Society is featured in the new GV Magazine.

Grand Rapids Filmmaker receives Sundance Grant

Grand Rapids Filmmaker receives Sundance Grant

Shane McSauby, a recent GVSU grad who worked with the Kutsche Office on the Gi-gikinomaage-min Project receives Sundance Grant.

Memories preserved during 'History Harvest'

Memories preserved during 'History Harvest'

A $11,500 Common Heritage Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities was put to use Saturday, June 18 during the Growing Community: Oceanas Agricultural History History Harvest.

Urban Native Experience Featured at Museum Exhibit

Urban Native Experience Featured at Museum Exhibit

WGVU Inclusion and Equity Reporter Mariano Avila talks with members of Wandering Nation and others at the "Walking Beyond Our Ancestors' Footsteps" exhibit at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.

New Director: Dr. Kimberly McKee to Direct the Kutsche Office starting August 2016

New Director: Dr. Kimberly McKee to Direct the Kutsche Office starting August 2016

Starting August 6, Dr. Kimberly McKee will serve as the new Director of the GVSU Kutsche Office of Local History.

Don't miss "Our Asian Pacific American Community"

Don't miss "Our Asian Pacific American Community"

The public is invited to a reception to view the exhibit of "Our Asian Pacific American Community" story collection. The event will take place 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 25.

Reception will celebrate GVSU, community exhibition of stories

Reception will celebrate GVSU, community exhibition of stories

HOLLAND, Mich.  The stories of Asian Pacific Americans will be highlighted in an exhibition and celebrated with a reception on Monday, April 25, at the Herrick District Library.

'History Harvest' to preserve Oceana's Agricultural Past

'History Harvest' to preserve Oceana's Agricultural Past

The Oceana County Historical & Genealogical Society in collaboration with the Kutsche Office of Local History at Grand Valley State University and the Oceana Hispanic Center hopes to collect oral histories and other memorabilia...

First Area Powwow of the Year Held at GVSU

First Area Powwow of the Year Held at GVSU

The first West Michigan Powwow of the season took place at Grand Valley State University over the weekend. Hundreds gathered around an oval arena in the center of the GVSU Fieldhouse: men and women and children dressed in full regalia.

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