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Back in the classroom, Haas enjoys teaching remotely

September 18, 2020

Capitalizing on his diverse experiences, Haas teaches an education class and one on leadership.

Making Waves: GVSU faculty members working to address global water cleanliness

September 17, 2020

Their work is aimed at both improving drinking water and highlighting difficulties in finding it.

International education takes on new look as winter study abroad programs are suspended

September 10, 2020

Virtual cultural and language exchanges are planned.

Eyebrow smiles and social distance: Faculty members enjoy connecting with students, regardless of setting

September 4, 2020

Teaching in-person or remotely, faculty members said they appreciated seeing students again.

Pandemic forces some international students to start fall semester in their home countries

August 31, 2020

COVID-19 has closed embassies in some countries and delayed issuance of student visas.

Faculty, staff sketches

August 24, 2020

University mourns death of Johnine Callahan, retired professor and honors college director.

Student uses unique farm experiences as practicum for accelerated, online bachelor's degree program

August 18, 2020

Classes in the program run for six weeks; students can customize their own degree plan.

GVSU, Muskegon County and EGLE celebrate 20 years of water quality testing on state beaches

July 31, 2020

Grand Valley students and researchers have monitored water quality at many beaches for 20 years.

Students studying Spanish complete virtual exchange with partner university in Chile, exchange serves as pilot for fall

July 28, 2020

Students participated in a virtual language and cultural exchange with the University of Bio-Bio.

GVSU researchers take samples along length of Grand River to assess its health

July 9, 2020

Peter Wampler, professor of geology, led the project that is part of the Making Waves initiative.



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