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This year's Great Lakes History Conference addresses issues connected to #MeToo

September 16, 2019

The annual Great Lakes History Conference will explore and debate gender and trauma studies, issues that an organizer said are timely in today's climate.

Short film by faculty member receives worldwide acclaim

September 13, 2019

A short film by a faculty member that details a historical progression of how contemporary images were created and how these different techniques affected humankind is receiving worldwide acclaim.

AWRI assists with threatened juvenile sturgeon

September 10, 2019

Grand Valley's Annis Water Resources Institute is currently taking care of four juvenile lake sturgeon while parts of the Muskegon River are treated with a pesticide to remove invasive sea lamprey.

Grand Valley part of kickoff, education program of Project 1 by ArtPrize

September 4, 2019

Performers from Grand Valley will help kick off Project 1 by ArtPrize while GVSU art education experts and students are planning an education program for K-12 students stemming from the exhibition.

GVSU Students Participate in the National Security Seminar

August 13, 2019

GV students participated in the National Security Seminar organized by The Washington Center in Washington, DC.

Scholarship will benefit students studying art, biomedical sciences

August 8, 2019

Carmen Nochera-Wilkens, professor of biomedical sciences, has established a scholarship in memory of her late husband supporting Grand Valley students as they pursue degrees in fine arts and/or biomedical sciences.

Geology faculty member studying climate change through National Science Foundation grant

July 10, 2019

A Grand Valley faculty member is part of a team of researchers receiving a National Science Foundation grant to study climate change by examining warm climates in the geologic past.

New addition to the Dean Team

July 5, 2019

The whole CLAS college office joins me in welcoming Associate Professor Tamara Shreiner (HST) as our new Assistant Dean for Curriculum Approval, Content Teacher Education and Assessment, and CSAT Director. 

Grand Valley Art alumnus creating Pride-related mural in downtown Grand Rapids

June 27, 2019

An artist and Grand Valley alumnus is transforming part of the surface of a downtown Grand Rapids street with a mural commemorating Pride Month.

Vale, Mary Seeger

June 11, 2019

It is with heavy hearts that we bid farewell to our CLAS Emeritus Committee member and longtime friend and colleague, Mary Seeger. 



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