News Archive


Meijer Campus will host spring break 'staycation' classes

March 31, 2015

Staying in town during K-12 spring break?

Todd Reynolds

Arts at Noon concludes with Todd Reynolds

March 30, 2015

The hybrid musician will perform Wednesday, April 1 at noon in the Cook-DeWitt Center.

Former governor talks education/tax reform

Former governor talks education/tax reform

March 30, 2015

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

Irada Chouduri

Four students selected for Critical Language Scholarship program

March 30, 2015

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.

H. Sook Wilkinson earned the Gordon Olson Lifetime Contributions to Local History award.

Historians earn awards, recognition from GVSU Kutsche Office

March 30, 2015

Three historians earned honors from the Kutsche Office of Local History during the annual Local History Roundtable March 26 at the Grand Rapids Public Library.

Deb Tolsma, former manager of global learning and development at Steelcase.

IDEA student group celebrating West Michigan Design Week

March 30, 2015

IDEA presents Deb Tolsma Thursday, April 2 at 6 p.m. in the Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences.

New director selected to lead Meijer Office of Fellowships

March 30, 2015

Elizabeth Lambert has been selected to serve as the new director of the Meijer Office of Fellowships.

Kathleen Underwood addresses the audience at the EqualiTEA March 26.

Annual EqualiTEA honors retiring faculty member

March 27, 2015

Participants at the 12th annual EqualiTEA, sponsored by the Women's Center and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, honored one of the event founders March 26 in the Kirkhof Center.

John Walsh, assistant professor of criminal justice

Faculty help develop safety initiatives

March 27, 2015

Faculty members helped create Grand Rapids neighborhood violence reduction initiatives.

Diane Rayor, professor of classics, poses with a bench in New York City depicting a piece of translated Sappho text from her book

Faculty publishes translations of rare classical texts

March 27, 2015

Diane Rayor's "Sappho: A New Translation of the Complete Workds" includes two new poems discovered in 2014.

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