First-rate Faculty

First-rate Faculty

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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...
Out of State Teacher Fair

Out of State Teacher Fair

Today, 3:30pm - 6:30pm
If your interest or degree will be in education this is an event that you will not want to miss. Teachers from Arizona, Maryland etc. to be here, along with other out of state schools. If you want a change in scenery or weather and your major is education this could be a win win.
NAACP General Meeting

NAACP General Meeting

Today, 8pm - 9pm
Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. We provide a space for all students to speak their mind about inequality, prejudice, and discrimination while also training activist to fight for justice. All students are welcome regardless...

News

Urban Sustainability to be highlighted during SAAP conference

Urban Sustainability to be highlighted during... SAAP conference

The SAAP Annual Meeting will take place March 5-7 in Grand Rapids.
Average gift increased in 2014 United Way campaign

Average gift increased in 2014 United Way campaign

The average gift from Grand Valley faculty and staff members to United Way during the universitys 2014 campaign... increased by $6 per person, campaign co-chairs Sue Sloop and Steve Lipnicki said.
Faculty successfully explore Reeds Lake steamboat shipwrecks

Faculty successfully explore Reeds Lake... steamboat shipwrecks

A group of faculty, students and community members explored Reeds Lake on February 20.