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GVSU camp introduces girls to engineering

Middle school girls will get a glimpse into technology and engineering careers at a camp in June.

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TRIO Upward Bound begins summer program on campus

The program received a five-year, $2.16 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

The Grand Valley North Stars: from left, Dylan DiGiovanni, Taylor Rieckhoff, Jake Stephens, Dan Scheske, Nate Kyburz, Brianna Forsthoefel and Amy Lenz.

GVSU students test device at NASA

Students traveled to the Johnson Space Center to test a device they built for astronauts.

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Students sought for university photo shoots

Photos are used for print and online materials. Students can sign up at

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25 participate in ACW bike ride

25 bikers kicked off Active Commute Week June 12 by riding to the Sustainable Agriculture Project.

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GVSU snake disease research featured on National Geographic

A team of faculty and students are striving to remove a snake species from the endangered list.

John Graham in the new "Beyond The Imagination" series premiere episode of "Superhuman" airing at 9 p.m. on Monday, June 12 on FOX.

Alumnus uses super memory to compete on new TV show

John Graham, '09, showcased his self-taught photographic memory on "Superhuman" June 12.

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Watch free movie at Lubbers Stadium

The animated hit movie "Sing" will be shown on the video board at Lubbers Stadium on June 27.

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Join President Haas on bike ride through campus

Ride bicycles with President Thomas J. Haas on Monday, June 12, to kick off Active Commute Week.

First place team members from TESA 2016 won $2,500 for their idea called, Time to Get Fresh, which would utilize school buses to deliver fresh food from area farms to local elementary schools.

GVSU to host teen entrepreneur camp

Area high school students will spend a week learning about entrepreneurship and creating a startup.