More than 13,700 Grand Valley students have presented their research since the event was established in 1996.
Apr 6, 2021
CSCE is sponsoring a widely acclaimed seminar on writing competitive grant proposals, presented by John D. Robertson, Ph.D., Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops. The seminar will be presented as a two-part virtual livestreamed event on Thursday, May 6, 9am-12:30pm and Friday, May 7, 9am-12:30pm. The seminar is appropriate for junior through senior faculty and grant-writing staff and you are strongly urged to view/attend both Part 1 and Part 2.
The registration deadline is April 16. For more information please visit the Seminar website. After reviewing the seminar description and agenda on the Seminar website, questions and registration may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence (CSCE) promotes a culture of active, engaged and ethical scholarship through supporting innovative faculty and student research and collaborative partnerships in the broader community.
At Grand Valley State University, research, scholarship, and creative activity are essential components of the university’s mission as an institution of higher learning. Excellence in teaching at the university level depends upon active scholarship by faculty members. Through basic and applied research, artistic expression and performance, and other forms of scholarship, GVSU faculty members and students contribute to the development and application of knowledge, create a dynamic environment for learning, and contribute to the economic progress of the region that it serves.
Welcome to GVSU's Community of Scholars
Center for Undergraduate Scholar Engagement (CUSE) provides a location where comprehensive support can be offered to all students interested in research and prestigious national scholarships. The Center will be located in 230 LIB where OURS is now housed. The change is a collaboration between the Honors College, the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies, and the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence. For more information please visit the CUSE website, www.gvsu.edu/CUSE.
OSP is the university's central office that supports faculty and staff in the identification, development, submission, and administration of externally sponsored agreements.
RCI oversees compliance awareness and accountability within the research culture of the university through assistance, education, and communication.
The Lab Safety Program is committed to providing a safe laboratory environment to Grand Valley's employees, students and visitors. In order to accomplish this, GVSU has established guidelines to ensure safe lab practices and training programs. In addition, Lab Safety staff provides additional resources to evaluate hazards and minimize the risk of injury or illness to students, faculty and research staff.
TCO is a resource and partner for university faculty, staff, and students developing technologies with commercial potential.
With the advent of greater support for HPC scholarship and teaching at GVSU, the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence and Information Technology are collaborating to provide a transparent and efficient processes to support HPC work at the university.
Former prisoners who qualify for expanded Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are more likely to receive treatment for addiction and are less likely to return to prison, said a Grand Valley researcher.
Feb 18, 2021
Faculty members will be honored for outstanding contributions and years of service to Grand Valley at the annual Faculty Convocation on Tuesday, February 9.
Feb 3, 2021
Amanda Dillard, associate professor of psychology, said the findings show the power of emotion when people are deciding on whether to receive the vaccine.
Feb 2, 2021