The Seidman College of Business eliminated GVSU's entrepreneurship minor just before registration.
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Grand Valley State University is set to add two new education majors for the fall of 2010, pending the approval of the Board of Trustees.
Grand Valley State University's Padnos College Engineering and Computing will host the third annual winter semester edition of Student Project Day on Thursday from 10 a.m. until noon.
Grand Valley State University will kick off its 50th Anniversary celebration on Monday, Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. with John Phillip Sousa's El Capitan.
Jerry Baltes has an outstanding track record - pun intended.
A recent study of college costs in the July 9 issue of The New York Times revealed that a declining portion of the annual budgets of most American colleges are being spent on instruction. The report suggests an increasing amount of the average budget is being spent on administration and recreational facilities for students.
After biking more than 1,000 miles from Holland, Mich., to Dallas, Texas, 10 local cyclists raised almost $60,000 for local Lakeshore Pregnancy Centers.
Geology Chair and Associate Professor Virginia "Ginny" Peterson looks back on the rewarding 50 years GVSU has given her and her family.
Coach Ritchthammer: playing 'well-established' program important to team's improvement.
Help celebrate Louie's 50th Birthday from 3 p.m to 6 p.m. today with free food and games. The Future Alumni Association and Student Senate are putting on the party and want the focus to be on students and faculty.
GVSU's 50th anniversary continues in October with a variety of on-campus events.
Club athletes pay to play the sports they love, do not get the privileges of scholarships or priority scheduling given to varsity teams.
Senior captains make big impact, keep perfect streak alive during weekend; GVSU qualifies for ITA National Championships.
Candlelight vigil, online screening program to help self-diagnose levels of depression and QPR program for suicide prevention are all sources of support GVSU is providing in wake of recent suicides across the nation.
GVTV and WGVU team up to bring awareness to the importance of students' votes in the Nov. 2 election.
Division I women's team and Division II men's team have aspirations for National Championships.
Thomas Walker returns to Grand Rapids after most recently teaching at Dartmouth.
Learning Independence Through Experience program has 20 participants this year working in on-campus jobs.
Challenge began this fall and ends April 1 with 445 participants log 6667.5 hours with 117 nonprofit organizations so far.
Muslim Student Association spreads true message of Islam and counters negative stereotypes.
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