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GVSU Brass Hailed at National Trumpet Competition

March 18, 2008

From News & Information: Grand Valley trumpet ensemble wins national championship A Grand Valley State University trumpet ensemble, under the direction of Associate Professor of Music Richard Stoelzel, won first prize by unanimous vote at this year

Prof. Whipps Wins Mellow Prize from SAAP

March 17, 2008

Prof. Judy Whipps, Chair of Liberal Studies and Associate Professor the Philosophy faculty, received the Ila and John Mellow Prize from the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.  The announcement was made at the SAAP Annual Meeting at M

Mattox and Herrington Honored by Science Teacher Association

March 16, 2008

Michigan Science Teacher Association Announces 2008 Award Winners 2008 Michigan Science Teacher Association Award went to two of the Grand Valley State University (GVSU) science community.

Department Chair Crowned Pi King for a Day

March 14, 2008

Fitzgerald wrote that the rich are not like the rest of us.  And after today, one might suspect that the mathematicians and statisticians among us may be a breed apart as well. March 14 has a special significance to these folks because of its rese

Ruetz Now President of Michigan Chapter of Fisheries Society

March 13, 2008

Carl Ruetz  of AWRI has officially taken the healm as President of the Michigan Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. The Michigan Chapter of the American Fisheries Society is a professional organization interested in maintaining high standards

AWRI Helping to Improve White Lake

March 6, 2008

The Annis Water Resources Institute (AWRI) of Grand Valley State University received funds from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) to prepare a Watershed Management Plan intended to improve the situation at polluted White Lake.  

Pioneer psychology professor dies

March 3, 2008

From News & Information on Feb 29, 2008 Herbert Weldon Frase, age 89, of Venice, Florida, died on February 18. A Grand Valley pioneer faculty member, Frase was hired in May 1962 as a professor of child psychology. He retired from the university in

Goode's Book Very Good--Takes Robert H. Ferrell Book Prize

February 20, 2008

  James Goode has been awarded the  Robert H. Ferrell Book Prize  for his book, Negotiating the Past: Archaeology, Nationalism, and Diplomacy in the Middle East, 1919-1941. The prize committee reads and evaluates books about the history

GVSU Civic Studio Project founder honored

February 19, 2008

From GVSU News & Information Services, (616) 331-2221 GVSU Civic Studio Project founder honored Current project includes City of GR wiki ALLENDALE, Mich. — The efforts of Paul Wittenbraker as a tireless advocate for creating connections betwe

Grand Valley documentary draws vast interest and support

February 15, 2008

  Jan Fedewa, executive director of the Michigan Humanities Council, presents a $15,000 check to Jim Schaub, director, producer and editor of the Grand Valley State University documentary, “Up from the Bottoms: African American Migration to M



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