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600 Latino youth attend pre-college conference

May 7, 2019

More than 600 Latino high school students from across Michigan participated in a youth conference May 3 on the Allendale Campus sponsored by a consortium of higher education admissions officers.

Tragedy at Chabad of Poway

April 28, 2019

Statement on the Chabad of Poway tragedy to the campus community from President Haas and Vice President Bernal.

Title IX conference includes free, pre-conference session

April 23, 2019

Grand Valley will host a regional Title IX Investigation Conference for K-12 and college/university employees that includes a free, pre-conference session open to the public.

Tragedy in Sri Lanka

April 22, 2019

Message on tragedy in Sri Lanka to the campus community from President Haas and Vice President Bernal.

For Immediate Release: GVSU will host Regional Title IX Investigation Conference

April 16, 2019

Grand Valley State University will host a regional Title IX Investigation Conference for K-12 and college/university employees that includes a free, pre-conference session open to the public.

Hiskes will present final HerStory of semester

April 15, 2019

Anne Hiskes, retiring dean of the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies, will present the final HerStory of the academic year on Thursday, April 18. Sponsored by the Women's Commission.

Grand Valley to host 21st annual Pow Wow

April 2, 2019

Native American dances, songs and food will be part of the 21st annual "Celebrating All Walks of Life Traditional Pow Wow" taking place Saturday, April 6 at Grand Valley State University.

Wesorick Center event aims to build healthy community via polarity thinking

March 28, 2019

The Division of Inclusion and Equity is a sponsor for the "Building Healthy Community: Inequities and Polarized Tensions" hosted by the Kirkhof College of Nursing's Bonnie Wesorick Center for Health Care Transformation.

Harris to discuss diversity in STEM in upcoming Mosaic Lecture

March 21, 2019

The annual event was created in 2014. Sponsors are the Mathematics Department, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of Area and Global Studies, Office of Multicultural Affairs, and Frederik Meijer Honors College.

Vigil held to remember victims of New Zealand shootings

March 21, 2019

About 100 students, faculty and community members gathered at the Cook Carillon Tower March 21 to honor the victims of the terrorist attack at two New Zealand mosques.



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