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Faculty and staff sketches

May 7, 2021

International students presented annual awards to campus community members.

Volunteer event at GVSU's Sustainable Agriculture Project closes out Earth Week

April 27, 2021

This year's Earth Day celebration ended with a volunteer event at the SAP.

Making Waves hosts kayaking on Grand River for Earth Day

April 22, 2021

President Mantella and Provost Cimitile greeted kayakers at the shoreline.

First LEADS graduates fit state initiative to have more residents with bachelor's degrees

April 22, 2021

18 students will earn bachelor's degrees in integrative studies at the end of the winter semester.

Lake Michigan the muse for New Music Ensemble's latest pieces bringing natural beauty to life through music

April 16, 2021

The group is performing pieces by composers who were asked to bring Lake Michigan to life musically.

History faculty member named director of Kutsche Office of Local History

April 6, 2021

Nora Salas said she was drawn to the office's mission of giving voice to diverse communities.

Faculty member interviewed by NPR about how Asian adoptees struggle with anti-Asian racism

March 29, 2021

McKee said it's hard for adoptees when their families do not acknowledge them as Asian Americans.

Faculty and staff sketches

March 25, 2021

GVSU and Cracow University of Economics leaders met to renew an exchange agreement.

Exhibitions connect Making Waves initiative to visual art, show prominence of water in artistic pieces

February 12, 2021

The pieces are showcased both in physical spaces as well as online.

Winterfest events bring students together on campus

February 8, 2021

Winterfest will run through February 14 on the Allendale Campus.



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