GVSU College of Education News

Articles

Partnership with Battle Creek provides scholarships

April 21, 2021

Nearly 20 seniors from Battle Creek Public Schools received partial or full scholarships to attend Grand Valley in the Fall 2021 semester, spurred by an ongoing partnership with W.K. Kellogg Foundation and GVSU.

Physical Education students connect dance to lifelong movement

March 30, 2021

GVSU's future Physical Education teachers are learning new ways to incorporate dance into physical education classes to promote lifelong movement.

K-12 Connect provides 1,800+ students with virtual tutoring

March 1, 2021

K-12 Connect, a virtual tutoring program, has connected more than 1,800 students in Kindergarten through 12th grade to GVSU students for tutoring, providing immediate support to struggling students and educators in Michigan schools.

GVSU expands connections to K-12 schools

February 26, 2021

GVSU is expanding the university's connections to K-12 schools through a new initiative called the NextEd Accelerator. The Education programs will be a key partner in developing initiatives that center around student learners.

Five Education faculty receive awards

January 25, 2021

Five College of Education faculty members received 2021 GVSU Faculty Awards. These awards honor the outstanding contributions of our Education faculty, and will be presented at the Faculty Awards Convocation on Tuesday, February 9th.

Back in the classroom, Haas enjoys teaching remotely

September 21, 2020

GVSU President Emeritus Thomas J. Haas now teaches in the College of Education's Educational Specialist program.

TRIO Program receive five year funding

September 3, 2020

Three TRIO programs at Grand Valley, including the TRIO Teacher Preparation Student Services, received federal grants totaling $4.5 million over five years to continue supporting students.

Student Wins First Place at National Event

August 3, 2020

A student from the GVSU Educational Talent Search program won first place at the 31st annual National Student Leadership Congress.

Students Excel at Education Summer Camp

July 21, 2020

In June, twenty-eight Battle Creek Central High School students participated in an online camp to explore careers in education. The camp was part of the College of Education's partnership with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Battle Creek Public Schools.

Niu-Cooper awarded for ESL work

June 5, 2020

Dr. Rui Niu-Cooper received the Community Engaged Teaching Faculty Excellence Award from Campus Compact of Michigan for her civic contributions to ESL learners in the community.



Page last modified April 21, 2021