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Groundswell's showcase spotlights student scientists

May 26, 2022

Groundswell's annual showcase spotlights student scientists in Elementary, middle and high school. Students conducted research on environmental issues during the school year, presenting their data to teachers and family members on May 25.

Teacher Education Pipeline Scholarship for Battle Creek

May 19, 2022

Battle Creek Public School students received Health & Teacher Education Pipeline Scholarships as GVSU continues to expand partnerships with Battle Creek.

Graduate speaks with White House officials on education

May 6, 2022

Theresann Pyrett, a two-time graduate of GVSU's Education Programs, recently spoke with White House officials about education.

Graduating TRIO students honored for academic excellence

April 25, 2022

GVSU's TRIO students, including those in the TRIO Teacher Preparation Student Support Services program, were recognized for their academic success and achievement as they near graduation.

Film event highlights critical race theory in schools

April 11, 2022

Educational Foundations recently hosted GVSU's 5th annual Film & Speakers Series with a viewing and discussion of "What Should We Teach?" The film discusses how and when critical race theory should be taught in schools.

Spotlight on Civil Discourse

March 24, 2022

GVSU recently released a video spotlight for the Padnos/Sarosik Center for Civil Discourse. The Center is directed by Lisa Perhamus, an Associate Professor of Educational Foundations.

The Importance of Black History Month

February 11, 2022

Dr. Reginald Blockett was recently interviewed by GVNext to share his thoughts about Black History Month.

Four Education faculty receive awards

February 9, 2022

Four Education program faculty members received 2022 GVSU Faculty Awards. These awards honor the outstanding contributions of our Education faculty, and were presented at the Faculty Awards Convocation on February 8, 2022.

Education network awarded global fellowship

February 8, 2022

A GVSU community-based networking program addressing shortage and retention of educators of color is part of the Steelcase Social Innovation Fellows cohort.

School Counselors make a difference in Alaska

January 14, 2022

On the outskirts of civilization in Alaska, three counselors with Grand Valley connections are building a network of support for children in a rural school district.



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