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Award Presented to Grand Valley From Holland Area Beekeepers Association

October 28, 2019

Award Presented to Grand Valley

Making Waves Initiative 'Big Splash Week'

September 9, 2019

Big Splash Week

Center for Adult and Continuing Studies offers Digital Marketing Program

August 21, 2019

Grand Valley will begin its second cohort of a unique digital marketing professional development program that offers industry-recognized certification in platforms like Google Analytics and HubSpot.

Lifelong Learning on Tap series to begin this fall

August 14, 2019

The imposter syndrome, when someone doubts their accomplishments or feels inadequate, is a common phenomenon and one that particularly resonates with adult learners.

GVSU recognized for Latino student success

June 20, 2019

Grand Valley was among nine institutions in the country to receive the Seal of Excelencia from the Washington, D.C.-based organization, Excelencia in Education.

NASPA recognizes accelerated degree program as top model

February 28, 2019

A national higher education association has recognized the Accelerated Leadership Program (ALP) offered by the Liberal Studies department and supported by the Center for Adult and Continuing Studies as an outstanding model for adult learners.

2018 MLK Essay and Poster Competition

September 10, 2018

The Human Relations Department has announced a November 1st deadline for submissions for the annual MLK Essay Contest--this year to feature Essay & Posters

Annual Social Justice Award

September 10, 2018

City of Holland's Human Relations Commission has invited nominations for its annual Social Justice Awards

Power Mobility Project's Dr. Lisa Kenyon

July 13, 2018

Note: Dr. Lisa Kenyon and Dr. John Farris collaborate on the GVSU Power Mobility Project at the GVSU Meijer Campus in Holland.  This story was featured in the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence July 2018 Newsletter.

GVSU'S MEIJER CAMPUS STAFF PARTICIPATES IN "DIVERSITY ROCKS THE BOOK"

May 7, 2018

Staff members took part in the City of Holland's Community Relations Community Initiative, "Diversity Rocks the Book" which is a program that promotes diverse children's literature in schools.



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