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Repair Clinic Available for Students

February 15, 2021

If you or someone you know has a broken backpack, a torn coat, ripped clothing, etc. contact the Repair Clinic!

Department of Public Health Awarded Grant

February 11, 2021

The GVSU Department of Public Health in partnership with the Lowell Area School District, will create, implement and evaluate an after school camp for middle school students.

Be A Laker, Bring A Laker

January 19, 2021

Every Grand Valley alumni, parent, student, and faculty member knows someone who would benefit from a GVSU education. We can help them receive it.

CSCE Mentoring Awards Announced

January 18, 2021

Two faculty receive this year's Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring Award.

GSA Faculty Awards Announced for Fall 2020 Semester

December 8, 2020

This semester, one faculty was nominated for each of the three awards: the GSA Faculty Mentor Award, GSA Outstanding Teaching Award, and the Kimboko Inclusion Award.

2021 MAGS DISTINGUISHED MASTER'S THESIS AWARD NOMINEE ANNOUNCED

November 10, 2020

Richard Gross is the 2021 MAGS Distinguished Thesis nominee in the category of Math, Physical Sciences, and Engineering.

Nominations Open for the GSA Faculty Awards

October 26, 2020

Recognize educators who have had the largest impact on your learning or experience as a graduate student at Grand Valley.

NASA's Michigan Space Grants Call for Proposals

September 15, 2020

NASA's Michigan Space Grants Consortium (MSGC) has just announced the next round of requests for proposals for Seed Grants, Program Grants and Undergraduate/Graduate Student Fellowships for the 2021-2022 year funding cycle.

Health Resources for GVSU Students

August 25, 2020

The Graduate School has created a resources for health resources at GVSU and in the local area. A new database also serves as central location for all GVSU mental health and wellness resources.

New Organization Subscription Provides Graduate Students with Career Development Resources

June 30, 2020

GVSU has recently joined an organization called the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity or NCFDD. This subscription allows not only faculty, but graduate students access to virtual career development and mentoring resources.



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