Bridgett Vanderhoof (BA Theatre 2013) earned her MA is in Theatre and Drama from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May 2015. Her thesis is entitled "#MissAmerica: The Performance of National Ideology in the Social Media Age." She
Associate Professor of History, Grace Coolidge was presented with the 2012 Barbara Jordan Award at the Celebrating Women Awards reception on March 13, 2012. In nominating her, her colleagues cited a combination of her teaching, mentorship a
Associate Professor of Psychology Amy Matthews and Professor of Mathematics David Austin have been selected as the Winter 2012 CLAS Commencement Marshals. Professor Matthews recently had her work at the GVSU Autism Center recognized by the University&
Reda DeYoung is a part of the History Department office team and her work space hints at her intrepid spirit. An inspirational quote from Eleanor Roosevelt that Reda has posted states, “Do one thing every day that scares you.” She
CLAS is pleased to announce our Winter 2013 Commencement Marshals: Associate Professor Danielle Leek (School of Communications) and Assistant Professor Dwayne Tunstall (Philosophy). Professor Leek is the recent recipient of the award for mentorsh
Geography and Planning major Yulia Conley was awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the Michigan Association of Planning at their annual conference in October 2014 on Mackinac Island.
Sara Vasquez (BA Theatre) is Directing and Performance Journeyman for Lexington Children’s Theatre in Lexington, KY. Under that title she directs and is serving as artistic director on a brand new project called 3for300.
Hannah Gaff (BA Theatre and Classical Traditions, 2009) is an international theatre artist, clown, acrobat and explorer born and raised in Michigan and now based in San Francisco. She is a core ensemble member and co-founder of UpLift Physical Theatre and
Associate Professor of English Lindsay Ellis, Ph.D., Director of the Lake Michigan Writing Project, will spend her upcoming sabbatical year (2013-14) as Guest Researcher at the Universiteit van Amsterdam.
Excerpted from the AWRI Newsletter Undergraduate students are an important component of Dr. Carl Ruetz's research team. They often take on the roles of field and laboratory technicians for research projects and assist graduate students. In addition, Dr