Dean Antczak announced the commencement marshals for Winter 2018. Renee Zettle-Sterling (VMA) and Allison Metz (MTD) will lead the way on April 28 morning commencement and Merritt DeLano-Taylor and Erik Nordman (BIO) will guide our lines in the afternoon
Emily Ruehs, Spanish major and Sociology minor class of 2008, has just accepted a tenure track position at Elmhurst College outside Chicago.
Lauren Branstetter '11 is now a graduate of Second City's conservatory and making her way in the comedy scene in Chicago and New York.
Polly Diven, Professor of Political Science and IR Program Director, spent the month of February teaching and researching in Sri Lanka.
The GVSU Dance Company was selected from a pool of more than 500 collegiate ensembles to perform in Washington D.C. at the 2016 National College Dance Festival.
Jennifer is now working with unaccompanied minors in East Oakland and studying at UC Berkeley in the Graduate School of Education's Principal Leadership Program.
Edward Cardenas, BA in International Relations and a minor in Spanish 1995, was recognized by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences through the 2006 Distinguished Alumni-in-Residence program and is a member of the CLAS Alumni Board.
At the end of July the Chemistry Department was contacted by Kate Boone, Science Camp Coordinator at Camp Tuhsmeheta, a summer camp for children and young adults who are blind or visually impaired located in West Michigan.
By Craig Plonka, ATC, Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, Northern Illinois University I have always been interested in baseball since I was a little kid, and my interest in baseball grew when I entered the athletic training program. There are many r
Consulting Associate Dean Gary Stark with students in Europe, Summer 2014 Many on the faculty of CLAS are involved in leading study abroad experiences for our students. To illustrate, Associate Dean Gary Stark takes students to Germany and Polan