First-rate Faculty

First-rate Faculty

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Events

Arts at Noon Series: Todd Reynolds

Arts at Noon Series: Todd Reynolds

Today, 12pm - 1pm
Violinist, composer, educator, and technologist Todd Reynolds is known as one of the founding fathers of the hybrid-musician movement and one of the most active and versatile proponents of what he calls 'present music.' The violinist of choice for Steve Reich, Meredith Monk, Bang on...
Peace Corps Information Session

Peace Corps Information Session

Today, 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Live, Learn, and Work with a Community Overseas Changes lives, including your own, by serving in the Peace Corps. you will make a difference for a community in need, gain cross-cultural skills and field experience for your career, and bring your global perspective back home to share with...
Leadership in American Academic Geography: The 20th Century

Leadership in American Academic... Geography: The 20th Century

Today, 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Come join The Geography and Planning Department for a presenattion on American Academic Geography in the 20th Century! Professor Michael DeVivo will be speaking on this topic. Open to all majors! Food will be provided! Sponsored by: Department of Geography and Planning and The G.V. Association...

News

Hundreds volunteer during COW

Hundreds volunteer during COW

Hundreds of Laker alumni, friends and family volunteered hundreds of hours of service during the annual Community... Outreach Week, which ended March 28.
Four students selected for Critical Language Scholarship program

Four students selected for Critical Language... Scholarship program

Four Grand Valley students have been selected to participate in the U.S. Department of State's Critical Language... Scholarship (CLS) Program to study high-demand languages.
Former governor talks education/tax reform

Former governor talks education/tax reform

John Engler said states with the best education win economically, during a Seidman College of Business event.