"The Army Strong Community Centers are meant to provide resources and services for veterans from any branch of the military and their family members," said Steven Lipnicki, assistant dean of students.
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Students are actively participating in community service, with 38,486 examples of student engagement in community service and more than 2 million hours of service being performed during the 2010-2011 academic school year.
Grand Valley State University student Stephanie Deible has been underestimated since birth. She was born with cerebral palsy and has been in a wheelchair her entire life, but those aren't the only obstacles she overcame on her journey to being crowned Ms. Wheelchair Michigan on March 3.
Despite the dynamic temperatures, those working at the Grand Valley State University Sustainable Agriculture Project have continued to grow crops year round in the Hoop House, which is technology that extends the growing season.
The Grand Valley State University Children’s Enrichment Center is preparing for the Month of the Young Child, which began yesterday and runs through the end of April.
Grand Valley State University and MTV's "MADE" have one common goal: to make students' dreams come true.
Although many students at Grand Valley State University celebrated Easter on Sunday, the Lenten season isn't over for everyone. GVSU's Orthodox Christian Fellowship group follows a different religious calendar and will celebrate Easter holidays this upcoming Sunday.
The Grand Valley State University Kirkhof College of Nursing has signed an agreement with Calvin College and Hope College to reserve spots in the graduate programs for qualified students. The purpose of the agreement is to encourage more students to complete a graduate nursing degree and ultimately increase the number of nurses with graduate and doctorate degrees by 2020.
"University policy states that all classes must meet for a culminating experience during final exam week, on the appropriate scheduled exam day and time," said Mary Schutten, associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The Graduate Student Association at Grand Valley State University puts on many different events throughout the year to get both new and returning graduate students to feel more welcome and connected to campus and their peers.
The Grand Valley State University Student Senate kicked off the 2012-13 academic year last week, with it’s first general assemby meeting on Sept.
For the Grand Valley State University Student Senate, student voice is of upmost priority. Jack Iott, president of the Student Senate, said this year the senate’s main focus will be on representing all demographics across GVSU’s campuses.
The Chair’s report at the Student Senate meeting Thursday denoted a focus to better represent the entire student body—graduate students in particular—at Grand Valley State University. “We’ve been working with grad students to give them better representation,” said Jack Iott, Student Senate president.
According to winter 2012 data from Grand Valley State University’s office for Fraternity and Sorority Life, about 5 percent of undergraduate males and 6.3 percent of undergraduate females are involved in a Greek life organization on campus.
The almost futuristic design of the new Mary Idema Pew library is no accident, dean of Grand Valley State University libraries told the Student Senate last week. Speaking directly to students for the first time about what the library will offer, Lee Van Orsdel said everything about the building is meant to draw students in.
With the elections coming up in November, the Grand Valley State University College Republicans and College Democrats are figuring out how to plan events in accordance with the new interpretation of the Michigan Campaign Finance Act.
The Grand Valley State University Student Senate is working to revise its current constitution, making changes to include graduate students in Student Senate and helping them be more involved in decision-making processes on campus.
Homecoming is soon approaching, and with it comes the Student Senate-sponsored Battle of the Valleys fundraising competition to see which school — Grand Valley State University or Saginaw Valley State University — can raise more money for a charity.
Grand Valley State University’s Student Senate intends to represent the entire student body — traditional and non-traditional students alike —a nd nine-year U.S. Army veteran Doug Krusell is helping to do just that.
President Thomas J. Haas stopped by the Student Senate general assembly meeting Thursday, reminding senators of the importance of their role as the collective voice of the student body at Grand Valley State University.