HBCU Pipeline students receive Industry Sponsored Graduate Fellowships

January 17, 2023

Jourdan Watson, an HBCU pipeline student in the Engineering Masters program, is working at Gordon Food Service on an Industry Sponsored Graduate Fellowship.

GVSU Board of Trustees approves new degree for transfer students with an associate of applied sciences degree

December 16, 2022

A new Bachelor of Applied Science degree, for students who have completed an associate of applied science (AAS) degree and wish to enhance their academic credentials to advance in their careers, has been approved by the Grand Valley Board of Trustees.

A solution designed to transfer patients securely has strong GVSU roots.

December 2, 2022

A health care innovation company owned by an alumnus will soon launch its first product, one that evolved from a prototype created by GVSU engineering students.

GVSU School of Computing Alumni Kevin Kredit Wins Outstanding Thesis Award.

December 2, 2022

The Grand Valley State University Midwest Association of Graduate Schools (MAGS) Thesis Review Committee has selected School of Computing alumnus, Kevin Kredit's master's thesis as the GVSU nominee for the 2023 MAGS Master's Thesis Award Competition.

Grand Valley State University and DornerWorks are guiding New Engineers Towards Success

November 21, 2022

The co-op partnership between Grand Valley State University and DornerWorks teaches students practical engineering skills and creates a pipeline of talent for the company.

Computing Faculty Members and Students Contribute to Research at National Labs on Climate Change Accuracy and Supercomputer Modeling

October 21, 2022

Dr. Christian Trefftz and two undergraduate students worked at the U.S Department of Energy national laboratories with supercomputing research teams, while Dr. Michelle Dowling worked remotely with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to solidify det

Zachary DeBruine receives grant from Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative

October 18, 2022

A collaboration between Van Andel Institute and Grand Valley State University to analyze large biological datasets received the support of a $200,000 grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.

PCEC Joins Tech Week

October 11, 2022

On September 23rd The GVSU Applied Computing Institute (ACI), School of Engineering, and PCEC Outreach joined forces with local technology and innovation leaders for Tech Week, an event to showcase local technology developments which encourage interest.

Merging Big Ideas: PCEC Brings STEM to Another Successful Confluence Festival

October 11, 2022

PCEC attended the 2022 Confluence Festival

Robotics Competition Aims to Steer Girls to STEM Careers

October 8, 2022

Teams spent Saturday competing at Wyoming High School in the Grand Rapids Girls Robotics Competition.

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