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Harvesting Hope

September 24, 2020

Since May, the Sustainable Agriculture Project has donated over 500 pounds of produce to support communities impacted by COVID-19.

Leadership Lessons from T-Haas

August 11, 2020

This fall, President Emeritus Haas will share leadership lessons in an online course, INT 341: Leadership for Social Change.

Social Innovation Student Shares Personal Experience with Race and Racism in Research Article

July 17, 2020

Social Innovation grad student, Naomi Silas, wrote a research article about her personal experience with race and racism titled, "Community Activism in Response to Dehumanization & Policing Methods."

Social Innovation Student Writes Blog Post on Resiliency During COVID-19

July 2, 2020

Social Innovation grad student, Tamela Spicer, leveraged research from her SI 620 class to write a blog post about nonprofits and their leaders fostering resiliency in the time of COVID-19.

Recent graduate's team wins $10,000 in global innovation competition

June 24, 2020

Margaux Sellnau, '20, and a team of four other college students were awarded second place and a cash prize of $10,000 at the 2020 Wege Prize competition.

Traverse City Students Win Outstanding Thesis Awards

June 17, 2020

This year's Integrative, Religious, and Integrative Studies (IRIS) Outstanding Thesis Awards went to two Traverse City Regional Center students: Ivy Baillie and Amanda Niswander.

Sustainable Agriculture Project Donated Over 120 Pounds of Produce

June 3, 2020

In May, the Sustainable Agriculture Project donated over 120 pounds of produce to support communities impacted by COVID-19.

MLive reports on new online accelerated degree program

April 30, 2020

MLive reported on our new online, accelerated degree program in the story, "GVSU accelerated degree program piques interest amid coronavirus pandemic."

Integrative Studies Senior Wins Outstanding Student Award

April 29, 2020

Domonique Palmer, Integrative Studies, won a Glenn A. Niemeyer Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student.

Produce from GVSU educational farm will be donated throughout growing season

March 30, 2020

Produce from Grand Valley State University's Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP) will be donated to the needy in an effort to help those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.



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