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GVSU researchers work with health departments to test wastewater for COVID-19

July 28, 2021

The Annis Water Resources Institute and the Cell and Molecular Biology Dept. will process samples.

GVSU New Music Ensemble once again tours national parks, brings them alive through music

July 27, 2021

The ensemble toured six parks to perform specially commissioned pieces.

Faculty and staff sketches

July 26, 2021

Accolades for a student organization, faculty member and outreach program are listed.

Library Scholars say summer research projects enhance their own skills, help peers discover resources

July 23, 2021

Library Scholars earn a stipend to work for 12 weeks with a mentor on a research project.

Common resources, collective interest: GVSU professor's book, accompanying exhibition explore these themes through lens of pioneering economist

July 21, 2021

Erik Nordman's book was released this month, while the exhibition is currently on display.

Steinman named to national committee to assess Everglades restoration, researcher compares Everglades to Great Lakes

July 20, 2021

Al Steinman, director of the Annis Water Resources Institute, will serve a two-year appointment.

Record number of middle school students participate in health explorations camp

July 19, 2021

A record 100 middle school students from Grand Haven to Detroit participated in the camp.

GVSU child development experts help develop learning kits for West Michigan families

July 14, 2021

Hundreds of students received kits from two organizations dedicated to early childhood well-being.

Wrestling plays important role during recovery for GVSU graduate, hall of famer who survived skydiving accident

July 13, 2021

Gary Chopp was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and received its Medal of Courage.

Two faculty members, one alumna receive Fulbright Scholar awards

July 12, 2021

Faculty members said their Fulbright experiences will enhance their teaching and scholarship.

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