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Mary Seeger Reflects on GVSU Surviving Stronger

Mary Seeger is a retired professor and dean of advising resources and special programs at Grand Valley State University.  She taught German and linguistics from 1965 to 2005.  Dr. Seeger is currently an author of critical works on detective fiction and a member of Sisters in Crime, a national organization of authors, editors, and critics.  Her interest in women's and local history led her to serve as president of the Greater Grand Rapids Women’s History Council and as a board of directors member for the Women’s Resource Center.  She is a member of the Swedish Club and the Edelweiss Club for German Heritage.

Dr. Seeger contributed an interview during GVSU's recent 50th Anniversary Celebration. She remembers that one of Don Lubbers' strengths was "throwing something out in front of us and helping us grow into it."  View the
Mary Seeger interview clip.

 

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