Graduate students present research

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More than 30 students from Grand Valley’s graduate programs presented posters of their research and scholarly activities April 16, at the third annual Graduate Showcase: Education for the Future. This event was co-sponsored by the Office of Graduate Studies and the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence.
 
Students, faculty and staff were invited to tour the poster presentations. Remarks were given by Provost Gayle Davis and Paul Vanderburgh, associate provost of Graduate Education at the University of Dayton.
 
“This event was a great opportunity for our graduate students to showcase the excellent work each student has done while attending Grand Valley,” said Jeffrey Potteiger, dean of Graduate Studies. “The quality of presentations was exceptional this year, owing to the high quality students and great faculty mentorship that Grand Valley provides.”
 
The full program with this year’s abstracts is available online via ScholarWorks, along with the 2011 and 2012 event programs, at http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/gradshowcase.

To learn more about Grand Valley’s graduate programs, visit www.gvsu.edu/gs.
 

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