December 11, 2007
December 3, 2007
Senior Advertising student Karina Moy has been selected by the American Advertising Federation as a finalist in the Most Promising Minority Student program. In February, at AAF’s expense, Karina will go to New York City for the honors lu
November 20, 2007
Professor Hermann Kurthen, Department of Sociology, will be interviewed live on November 21 in the WGVU Global Connections segment about summiting the volcano Elbrus (18,510 ft.) in the Caucasus and other mountaineering experiences.
November 12, 2007
At the Friday Screening of 95 Miles to Go, Tom Caltabiano, a former writer on “Everybody Loves Raymond” and producer of the screened film spoke to GVSU students in Loosemore Auditorium--with phone hook up with Ray Ramano.
November 9, 2007
In October 2007, Paul Wittenbraker, Associate Professor of Art and Design was honored to be invited to participate in the "Artists' Symposium on Climate Change" which took place at the beginning of the Chicago Humanities Festival. The Festival t
November 5, 2007
Assistant Professor of Voice in the Department of Music, Kathryn Stieler says that "This is something for our students and faculty to be extremely proud of." Despite being an understandably biased teacher, she isn't wrong.
November 1, 2007
The West Michigan Public Relations Society of America has elected onto its board, Broadcasting/Spanish alumna Lindsey Zabor. Lindsey, who graduated in 2003, also serves on the CLAS Alumni Board. Congratulations!
October 26, 2007
Anthropology major Veronika Kirin hosted an International Peace Day.
October 22, 2007
In a great display of well-roundedness, Biomedical Science major Joel Soelberg made the winning case for his invention of a cereal scraper in this year's pitch competition.
October 11, 2007
Contact: Mary Isca Pirkola, GVSU News & Information Services, (616) 331-2221 Great Lakes History Conference gives local and national perspectives GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Air pollution, the role of women, and concerns about immigration are not only