There isn’t a better place to start a publishing career than New York City. Samantha Howard, a 2010 Grand Valley State University graduate, has been in New York since spring interning for the publishing company W.W.
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Grand Valley State University has secured a grant that will provide 30 scholarships for each of the next five years to students in the science or engineering fields. As an extension to the existing Scholarship in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S-STEM) program, this $600,000 grant will help students that are in their final two years of a bachelor’s degree.
Shaily Menon will be moving from her position as biology professor to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences associate dean of Professional Development and Administration. Menon has been with Grand Valley State University since 1998 and has held several different positions including coordinator of the Natural Resource Management Program and biology department chair.
The display showcases a number of pieces from Grand Valley State University's Australian Aboriginal art collection, "Jukurrpa: Aboriginal Dream Paintings," including several paintings on canvas and one painted on a slab of bark, all painted by Aborigine people. "Dreaming to the Aboriginals means storytelling," said Henry Matthews, director of Galleries and Collections at GVSU. "It's a way of communicating stories."
A new exhibition in Grand Valley State University's Red Wall Gallery shows onlookers that in the age of smartphones and Facebook, film and an imagination can still create art.
A collection of paintings by Grand Valley State University art and design professor Tim Fisher is now on display at the Art Gallery located in the Performing Arts Center. The theme of food and community tie the paintings together in this show.
Grand Valley State University will open the annual Fall Arts Celebration on Monday with the Music Department's feature, "A Night in Hapsburg Vienna: From the Marriage of Figaro to Fidelio as arranged for Wind Harmonie."
As communications worldwide continue to constantly evolve, understanding the media environment can be critical, and an upcoming speaker at Grand Valley State University will tackle the issue. GVSU will host Dr. Lance Strate, professor of communication and media studies at Fordham University, for a discussion about media ecology.
Critically acclaimed professor and violinist Terje Moe Hansen will play a guest recital Friday at Grand Valley State University. Hansen’s guest recital will take place on Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Sherman Van Solkema Recital Hall in the Performing Arts Center. The event is free and open to the public.
Student discounts can be a lifesaver for college students on tight budgets, and a new mobile phone application aims to help Grand Valley State University students put their ID cards to good use.
The Grand Valley State University parking permits for 2011-2012 feature a photo taken by alumnus Brandon Stickel, on what he said was a random winter night that ended up yielding a good picture.
As ArtPrize takes over Grand Rapids for a third year, Grand Valley State University took a moment to reflect and discuss the city's newest trademark.
Bob Neustadt, professor of Spanish and director of Latin studies at Northern Arizona University, is visiting Grand Valley State University to share his thoughts and expertise on the growing immigration debate.
The Old West that Allison Amend writes about is very different from the romanticized Old West that John Wayne frequented.
Ben Hunter is more likely to be mistaken for a student at Grand Valley State University than for his actual position as a professor. With his long hair, visible tattoos and shirts that proclaim the name of one of his favorite bands, he is miles away from the stereotypical sport jacket with patches on the elbows.
ArtPrize Narrows to the the 10 exhibits.
The inside of the Fulview Films office in downtown Grand Rapids looks like a mix between an Apple store and a film nut's dorm room. The festival is held in the historical Wealthy Theater from Oct. 21 to 23 and highlights genre films, a category of movies usually associated with low budgets and independent producers.
Kaitlyn DeJonge, Windus' flute teacher, was volunteering in a program called Poetice, an international organization that helps children from Zambia through creative means. GVSU will host a Poetice Benefit Concert Friday at 7 p.m. in the Cook-DeWitt Center to raise funds and awareness for this cause.
The Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids' latest musical hot spot, will bring acoustic band Brown Bird to the stage on Nov. 4.
The historic St. Cecilia Music Center will bring saxophonist Joe Lovano and his band to the stage tonight in the first concert of a three-part Jazz Series.