CRP author: personal is political when it comes to U.S. marriages

March 14, 2018

Rebecca Traister says U.S. history has been largely impacted by the institution of marriage.

Nominate a sustainability champion

March 6, 2018

Selected champions will be recognized at an awards luncheon March 23 in the Kirkhof Center.

Author of GVSU common read will visit West Michigan in March

February 26, 2018

The book studies the political, social and sexual consequences of the rise of unmarried women.

Grand Valley a top producer of student, faculty Fulbrights

February 21, 2018

GVSU is the top producer of students and faculty members earning Fulbright awards in the region.

Event will spotlight early women in politics

February 20, 2018

Presenters will talk about the surprising number of women who ran for political office before 1920.

New students soon offered scholarships to study abroad

February 13, 2018

GVSU will soon offer scholarships to 100 new students to help fund their study abroad experiences.

National recycling and composting contest kicks off at Grand Valley

February 9, 2018

From February 4-March 31, Grand Valley will compete in categories over an eight-week period.

Research proposals sought for Sustainable Agriculture Project

January 18, 2018

Projects must be in collaboration with students and related to some aspect of food systems.

Department earns NEH grant for history project in Saugatuck area

January 16, 2018

"Stories of Summer" will capture oral histories and digitize photos and materials from the era.

Economist article highlights work of alumnus

December 21, 2017

An article in the Economist highlighted the work of an alumnus and mayor of Tirana, Albania.

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