Tune into NPR Sunday Feb. 3 at 8:00am

February 1, 2008

 “Music for 18 Musicians” and the GVSU New Music Ensemble will be featured on air this Sunday, Feb. 3. At the moment, it’s scheduled to air  in West Michigan on WGVU AM & FM at 8 a.m. See related arti

Korean Ceramic Artists in Residence at GVSU

January 31, 2008

Director of Galleryiesand Collections, Henry Matthews is making preparations for two Ceramic Artists-in-Residence who will visit between August 10 and October 10, 2008.  SoonJoung Hong and EunMee Lee will be our honored guests.   CLAS Pro

Steinman of AWRI Named Outstanding Reviewer

January 24, 2008

Al Steinman of AWRI has been selected as a 2007 Journal of Environmental Quality (JEQ) Outstanding Reviewer.  As the Editor, Dennis Corwin explains, "The quality of a journal's published articles is largely a consequence of comprehensive, thor

Music alumna a WAMSO Young Artist Competition winner

January 24, 2008

ALLENDALE, Mich. — Winners of the 52nd annual WAMSO Young Artist Competition, held in Minneapolis, on January 20, include Grand Valley State University alumna Ksenia Leletkina. The $2,000 Third prize was awarded to Leletkina, a 24-year-old pianist

GVSU Students Shine at the Kennedy Center College Theatre Festival

January 17, 2008

Last week in Milwaukee at the Region 3 Festival of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, 20 GVSU theatre students capped an amazing year. After receiving numerous Certificates of Merit for their work over the year, for makeup, costume, set

College Co-Sponsors February History & Heritage Events

January 16, 2008

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is a co-sponsor of Black History Month and the Asian Pacific American Heritage Celebration.  Both feature a wide range of lectures, events and performances. Wall Street, Main Street and the Side Street: How d

CLAS Science Students Shine at Argonne Symposium

January 10, 2008

There were six presentations given by students from GVSU's Chemistry Department at the 18th Annual Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Science, Engineering and Mathematics & the Central States Universities, Incorporated Research conference

Ragtime--Celebrating Diversity

January 4, 2008

 Grand Valley State University’s Opera Theatre presents “Ragtime,” based on the 1974 novel by E.L. Doctorow. The musical weaves its story through the lives of three groups, represented by a Harlem musician, the matriarch of a WASP f

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

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