Grand Valley State University
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The College of Education offers a program of teacher instruction and training. The program emphasizes learning theory and inquiry combined with practical application. In 1964 Educational Studies Institute was founded. In 1980 School of Education joined the College of Arts and Sciences. In 2004 the unit became the College of Education (COE). Includes project reports and Masters theses that reflect on Grand Valley State University as a subject.
Office of Minority Affairs/Multicultural Center. Predecessor to OMA Newsletter.
Educational Support Program newsletter.
The Grand Forum is the lifelong learning institute of the Continuing Education Department for adults 55 and older. Through presentations and discussions, held both on and off campus, Grand Forum provides a broad spectrum of stimulating programs in a setting that encourages lively discussion. Audio tapes of Grand Forum lecture series presented by member of the Grand Forum lifelong learning program. Topics include arts, business, current events, history and science.
Materials collected and compiled by participant James McClafferty include maps, publications, scenic postcards, artifacts, and over 2,000 slides taken on the trip or that represent Polish history, scenery, cities, people, and lifestyles.
Biannual newsletter of the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Published once as Cultural News in 2001 by the Office of Minority Affairs/Multicultural Center. Spring 2001, winter 2004-present.
Series contains Grand Valley State University Writing Department's text book, colloquially known as the "Green Book," for its first-year writing program. WRT 150: A Guide to First Year Writing at Grand Valley State University includes an introduction to the program, syllabus guidelines, process and portfolio development information, and portfolio examples. Series includes the publication dating from 2002-2017. In 2017 the publication dropped the "WRT 150" from its title.