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GVSU names facility for Shape Corp. to celebrate longtime commitment to engineering students

August 9, 2022

The recent gift from Shape Corp. will establish an endowment for PCEC and promote innovation.

First Orientation Extravaganza attracts more than 200 people

August 9, 2022

The open house-style event served as a precursor to Transitions orientation.

Teaching Lodge on campus provides space for Native students

August 8, 2022

It's the first teaching lodge built on public university land in Michigan.

Team led by GVSU expert creates website to honor West Michigan Holocaust survivors

June 30, 2022

Rob Franciosi, professor of English, worked with a team that includes GVSU students and a graduate.

GVSU engineering students now have pathway to master's degree in architecture from KCAD

June 20, 2022

The articulated curriculum allows students to earn both degrees in six years, rather than seven.

GVSU earns federal grant to establish TRIO program in Detroit

June 13, 2022

The five-year, $1.4 million grant will establish a TRIO program to be housed in the Detroit Center.

Mantella, other leaders tackle systemic issues at Black Boys and Men Symposium

June 10, 2022

Leaders addressed systems that impact Black men, boys and the need to create conditions for success.

Muskegon eighth graders surprised with GVSU announcement of guaranteed admission

June 3, 2022

Students must meet general admissions criteria and attend workshops throughout high school.

More than 250 expected at first Black Boys and Men Symposium

June 2, 2022

The June 9-10 event includes a Sneaker Ball, tickets can be purchased separately for that event.

GVSU in photos, May 2022: Dog kisses, cornhole and Lakers at the big lake

June 1, 2022

See the images that caught our eye.

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