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Faculty and staff sketches

Faculty and staff members with published research or other accolades are listed.

Feb 11, 2021


Faculty and staff sketches

Faculty and staff members who have given virtual presentations or had their research published are detailed.

Dec 17, 2020


Faculty and staff sketches

Faculty and staff members who have given virtual presentations or had their research published are detailed below.

Nov 30, 2020


Service milestones: three people recognized for 45, 50 years at GVSU

During the university's 60th anniversary, three people are recognized for 45 or 50 years of service: Gregg Dimkoff, professor of finance; Roger Ellis, professor of theater; and Robert Beasecker, curator of rare books and distinguished collections for University Libraries.

Nov 17, 2020


Faculty and staff sketches

Publications and presentations at conferences are highlighted, as well as the deaths of two retired professors.

Oct 22, 2020


Knowledge Market to add digital skills consultants to suite of services

Grand Valley's Knowledge Market has added digital skills consultants to their suite of services. The pilot program for the digital skills consultants will provide strategies and advice for students who would like to learn more about the devices and programs they have to use, or how to be more responsible technology users.

Oct 9, 2020


English professor's academic journal expands viewpoints on autism

Rob Rozema founded the journal, "Ought," which includes both scholarly and creative works.

Jun 30, 2020


GVSU online summer math program offers college-going students updated instruction, credits and coaching

The Math Advantage program gives students the tools to be successful in an online class, while learning college math and earning four credits. The program also offers tutoring and one-on-one success coaching.

May 27, 2020


After 25 years, library specialist ready to retire after bringing positive outlook to job

After working for University Libraries for 25 years, Bob Kozminski, library specialist, is retiring.

Mar 3, 2020


Campus partners will host OER symposium

More than 75 percent of students surveyed reported they skipped buying or renting a textbook due to the cost. This statistic, from a survey by University Libraries, calls to attention the expense of textbooks. University Academic Senate, Student Senate and the Office of the Provost, along with other campus partners support a universitywide commitment to Open Educational Resources (OER).

Oct 15, 2019