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Engineering, Computing Students Team Together to Solve Industry Problems

April 27, 2022

Students from four area high schools attended the event.

Leaders from GVSU, Alabama State Sign Articulation Agreement

April 25, 2022

This is the third agreement Grand Valley has signed with an HBCU.

Musical Fountain to Celebrate 60 Years

April 15, 2022

The Grand Haven Tribune highlighted the efforts of Padnos College faculty and students in updating the Grand Haven Musical Fountain, which is celebrating 60 years.

PCEC Students Share Research Findings at Student Scholars Day

April 13, 2022

Several Padnos College of Engineering & Computing (PCEC) students shared the results of their faculty-mentored research projects at the 26th Annual GVSU Student Scholars Day.

aMDI: Crossing the Development Valley of Death

April 11, 2022

MedHealth interviewed Dr. Brent Nowak, executive director of the GVSU applied Medical Device Institute regarding it's unique offerings for the medical technology industry.

Computing Students Awarded Kindschi Fellowships

April 8, 2022

School of Computing students, Abigail Diller and Marc Tunnell, received Kindschi Fellowships to engage in research with faculty.

Safest Cars Come from the Safest Factories

March 29, 2022

Occupational Safety & Health alum, Corinne Farleigh, shared the career journey that led her to Tesla in this article for the Association for Women in Science.

Robotic Rewards

March 28, 2022

President Philomena V. Mantella awarded scholarships to two high school seniors at the FIRST Robotics district competition held March 26 at the Fieldhouse on the Allendale Campus.

GVSU Seeks Funding for Planned Tech, Innovation Center in Downtown GR

March 24, 2022

Grand Valley State University plans to add a new learning space at its downtown Grand Rapids campus that will serve as an intersection of business and technology education for community members and students.

Building a Better Backpack Rack

March 24, 2022

As his mom and others looked on, Knapp Forest Elementary fifth-grader Abe Vos scooted himself into a wheelchair fitted with something that may help him be a more independent middle-schooler next year.



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