A professor stands at the bow of a boat as it moves across a lake.

GVSU in photos, July 2023: Aquatic serenity, a canine Laker companion and early opportunities for learning and discovery

A university president sits with her Golden Retriever in her office.
President Philomena V. Mantella shares a moment with her dog, Lily, in her Zumberge Hall office.
Image credit - Amanda Pitts
A engineering student's eye looks intently at a piece of equipment.
"It's the last big hurdle," said Jenna Doyle, a senior biomedical engineering student, as they work on tweaking an automated press-fit assembly cell senior project for the Engineering Design Conference on August 4.
Image credit - Kendra Stanley-Mills
A student wearing a bee suit holds up a bee hive frame with honey bees on it.
This July, students participating in the College Prep Week visited the Sustainable Agriculture Project and its apiary.
Image credit - Lauren Seymour
A young boy looks through a glass window at a zoology Museum.
Oscar Turner, 11, looks through the glass at the Zoology Museum in the Kindschi Hall of Science while Turner's older sister was touring the Allendale Campus.
Image credit - Kendra Stanley-Mills
Two students laugh together while wearing safety googles.
REP4 participants react to an experiment during a chemistry lab campus experience on July 27.
Image credit - Amanda Pitts
Ripples form from a boat's wake.
Ripples form from the wake of GVSU's research and education vessel W. G. Jackson while on Muskegon Lake this month.
Image credit - Kendra Stanley-Mills
A high school student is reflected in a glass table as he runs a television camera.
Caledonia High School student, Quinn Stanley, runs a camera on set during the Robert Nelson Foundation Summer Broadcasting Camp July 12.
Image credit - Kendra Stanley-Mills
A cow with an ear tag looks at the camera.
A cow peeks its head from a stanchion where senior Kendra Slater studied the sustainability practices of industry dairy farms like the one her family owns.
Image credit - Amanda Pitts


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