Great Return on Investment

Great Return on Investment

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Events

Veracity, Distortion, Reduction: Recent Works by Ed Wong-Ligda

Veracity, Distortion, Reduction:... Recent Works by Ed Wong-Ligda

Today, 10am - 5pm
An exhibition of recent works marking the retirement of Grand Valley State University art professor Ed Wong-Ligda. The coordinator of illustration in the Department of Art & Design, Wong-Ligda has been associated with GVSU since 1996. Wong-Ligda completed his undergraduate work...
Faculty/Staff Climb @ Noon

Faculty/Staff Climb @ Noon

Today, 12pm - 1pm
FREE Add a fun and exciting challenge to your lunchtime workout schedule with an hour of rock climbing! No registration required. No experience necessary. Equipment & instruction provided.
Netherlands Geography & Planning: Study Abroad Info Session

Netherlands Geography & Planning:... Study Abroad Info Session

Today, 6pm
Interested in studying abroad in the Netherlands? Attend this info session for the Netherlands: Cultural Geographies & Landscape Planning program! The faculty director will be available to give detailed information about the program and answer questions.

News

Third and final VP candidate presents

Third and final VP candidate presents

The third of three candidates for the position of vice president for Inclusion and Equity gave a presentation... January 22.
Research measures impact of Affordable Care Act

Research measures impact of Affordable Care Act

A quarter of small businesses that offered health insurance in 2014 are no longer planning on offering coverage,... said Leslie Muller, assistant professor of economics.
Exhibit explores persecution of homosexuals during Nazi regime

Exhibit explores persecution of homosexuals... during Nazi regime

"Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945" will be on display in the Mary Idema Pew Library through February 18.