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GV students start group to support black engineers
Photo: Tamarind Forbes

GVL / Courtesy - Tamarind Forbes Atone Joryman (left), Tamarind Forbes (middle), KeyonTay Harris (right)

GV students start group to support black engineers


MADDIE FORSHEE | 04/21/16 12:11am

Grand Valley State University's engineering program currently has about 1,192 students committed to the program, whether or not they have been admitted into the program yet. The major is one of the largest programs at GVSU, drawing over 300 freshman in the fall of 2016.


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