Design student wins national ad award

July 17, 2008

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Summer Film Project 2008 Underway with GVSU staff, students and alumni

July 11, 2008

From News & Information: The Grand Valley State University Summer Film Project 2008 is underway with the dark and highly visual tale, "Walter's Wife," about a crumbling marriage as seen from the perspective of a young boy. The script was

AWRI's Patten is Michigan Boating Officer of the Year

July 8, 2008

Deckhand of AWRI’s  scientific vessel W.G. Jackson,  Greg Patten has been named as the NASBLA Boating Officer of the Year for Michigan and is now in the running for the 2008 National Award. The NASBLA website explains: The Nat

Physics' Ambrose co-chairs conference for Physics Ed

June 24, 2008

Brad Ambrose of Physics co-chaired the recent 2008 Gordon Research Conference on Physics Research and Education, the fifth in this series of conferences, which focused on the expanding and deepening role of computers in physics research and instruction, w

NSF grant to GVSU funds biochem research helps future scientists

June 10, 2008

June 10, 2008 Contact: Mary Isca Pirkola, GVSU News & Information Services, (616) 331-2221 NSF grant to GVSU funds biochem research while helping to shape future scientists ALLENDALE, Mich. — The National Science Foundation has awarded a

Grand Valley feature film hits the big screen

June 9, 2008

June 6, 2008 For immediate release Contact: Mary Isca Pirkola, GVSU News & Information Services, (616) 331-2221 Grand Valley feature film hits the big screen GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The first feature-length film produced by a Michigan universi

Kilbourne Brings SPARKLE to Lowell Middle School

May 30, 2008 News & information article on GVNow

Alum Haberling MI Teacher of the Year and Adjunct for English

May 23, 2008

Jennifer Haberling of Hudsonville has just been awarded Michigan Teacher of the Year by the state superintendent Mike Flanagan.  Not only did Jennifer earn a bachelor and masters at GVSU, she is an adjunct for ENG 310 and 311 in our English Dept. In

PED 270 spring class aides Hospice Walk, Makes $74K

May 19, 2008

Mary Schutten,  Professor, Movement Science Dept.,  is happy to report, "My PED 270 spring class has an annual service learning project related to Hospice of GR. We helped set up, served as team spirit leaders, and otherwise volunteere

GR Press Talk to Prof. Libman about China Quake

May 15, 2008

Karen Libman of Theatre in the School of Communications is currently in China with the student Shakespeare troupe Bard-to-Go and Sally Langa of the Costume Shop.  Libman provided her perspective on the mood in China after the earthquake to the GR Pre

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