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Grad student addresses UN

Grad student addresses UN

Shatha Abusrour represented the Arab region on the rights of persons with disabilities.
Alumnus receives research grant

Alumnus receives research grant

Wittbrodt received the Carl Gisolfi Research Grant from American College of Sports Medicine.
Grad students win ACG Cup

Grad students win ACG Cup

Two MBA students took first place in a business competition, winning $6,000.
Health professions trip proves life-changing

Health professions trip proves life-changing

Treating patients in Guatemala on a service-learning trip was life changing for a graduate student.
Alum wins $500,000

Alum wins $500,000

Ryan Vaughn won a first place prize at the Accelerate Michigan Innovation competition.
PT grad starts adventure in China

PT grad starts adventure in China

April Gamble will follow her ancestors to China to help develop a physical therapy program.
Students build training tool for future surgeons

Students build training tool for future surgeons

Two graduate students are helping resident surgeons practice and improve their skills.
Alumna named Teacher of the Year

Alumna named Teacher of the Year

Bobbi Jo Kenyon named the 2012 Michigan Teacher of the Year.
Colombian graduate student develops Art Gallery iPhone app

Colombian graduate student develops Art Gallery iPhone app

Andres Solano had two concerns about coming to Grand Valley: the weather; and having been out of school for quite a while.
Teaching Russian in Chicago

Teaching Russian in Chicago

Graduate earns state department scholarship to study in Russia.
Students study Nicaragua clinics

Students study Nicaragua clinics

A pair of recent graduates spearheaded a trip to experience Nicaraguan health care and culture
Native culture focus of trip

Native culture focus of trip

A group of students spent two weeks with the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe on a reservation
Alum pursues doctorate in Oregon

Alum pursues doctorate in Oregon

David Martin is a graduate teaching fellow at the University of Oregon .
Students win robotics competition

Students win robotics competition

GVSU engineering students took first place in a national robotics competition in Connecticut
MBA students take top honors

MBA students take top honors

Three GVSU MBA students took first place in a competition that aims to give students experience
Drinking study garners attention

Drinking study garners attention

Social work grad students presented research into adult daughters of alcoholics at conference
Student takes mock trip to Mars

Student takes mock trip to Mars

An engineering grad student simulated a trip to Mars to see if the planet could support humans
Alumni create new organization

Alumni create new organization

GVSU alumni founded BL2END, a group geared toward young professionals of color in Grand Rapids
PAS student strives for more

PAS student strives for more

By working for nearly 10 years as an athletic trainer, Chad Smith has background in injuries.
Student wins German scholarship

Student wins German scholarship

Reginald Oates was chosen for a program in Germany sponsored by the U.S. and German governments