New Music Ensemble Tops year-End Lists

January 4, 2008

Under the direction of composition professor Bill Ryan, GVSU's New Music Ensemble has the critics' blogs on fire and download sites keeping busy. Focused on their stellar performance of Steve Reich's "Music for 18 Musicians" (Innova: http://inno

Psychology Students Support Local Non-Profits

January 2, 2008

As part of her Life-span Developmental Psychology Class, Penney Nichols-Whitehead has groups of students find local non-profit organizations that have an impact on human development.  The students then volunteer their services as grant writ

GVSU History Alumna wins a Fulbright

January 2, 2008

GVSU History Alumna Erika Denise Edwards wins a Fulbright to study in Argentina.

Biology's Snyder Part of Honored Research Team

December 17, 2007

Biology Professor Eric Snyder is part of a research team honored December 6 by the United States Department of Agriculture at the 2007 Eastern Region Honor Awards, held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their project on the Huron-Manistee National Forest won

Fight Night at GVSU--Theatrical Combat

December 17, 2007

On December 8, 2007, Theatre at Grand Valley had it second Fight Night at the Louis Armstrong Theatre. The students from CTH 380 Special Topics – Stage Combat took their skills to the stage and performed 16 scenes of violence and mayhem. This was th

Ellis named to Committee Selecting for World Festival in 2009

December 13, 2007

Professor of Theatre, Roger Ellis in the School of Communications will serve on the Joint Selection Committee of the International Amateur Theatre Association which will be making the selection of 24 productions to appear at the World Theatre Festival to

GVSU Career Honored--Richmond Retirement Reception

December 13, 2007

In the late afternoon of December 12, colleagues gathered to honor Gary Richmond upon his retirement.

Sheline Moves Toward Retirement --GVNow article

December 11, 2007

Theatre Students Recognized at Kennedy Center Festival

December 11, 2007

Senior Theatre and Classics major Hannah Gaff will receive  a Certificate of Merit from the American College Theatre Festival/Kennedy Center for her directorial staging in the December 2007 Performance Studio Series production, The Furies.  

Senior Ad Major Finalist in AFF Most Promising Program

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

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