Grand Valley State University
Found in 347 Collections and/or Records:
This annual report is compiled by University Communications for the President to present to the Board of Trustees. They report the success and standing of Grand Valley in relation to other Michigan state colleges and universities through statistical and normative data.
Quarterly newspaper available to friends of GVSC, parents of students, alumni, and interested private citizens and business/community leaders. Contains updates about GVSU, sports schedules, and other news relating to Grand Valley. 1971-1976.
Series contains Grants and Contracts Reports, prepared by the GVSU Office of Busines and Finance, for the years 2008 and 2011.
The Grants on the Grand annual publication, created by the Office of Sponsored Programs (a part of the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence), contains abstracts of grant funded research and projects conducted by GVSU faculty and staff.
Student newspaper of responsible and objective journalism published in response to the arrest of the Lanthorn editor for obscenity. Published in 4 issues from November 26, 1968-Janurary 23, 1969.
Student Activities semester resource guide-at-a-glance preceded by Action Yellowpages.
Weekly bulletin containing information about GV events, announcements, and employment opportunities. Succeeded by Forum. 1970-1976.
Series contains commemorative booklet celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Grand Valley Police Department, a division of the Public Safety Services.
Counseling Center and Placement Office monthly newsletter.
Interim issue of the student newspaper published after Keystone to introduce The Valley View. It was combined with The Valley View. It followed the Keystone as the student paper and introduced the smaller weekly format published in October as the Valley View. 1966.
Continuation of Research and Development Center newsletter representing its Science and Mathematics departments. Other titles include Science Update (1979-1986); Coalition News (1988-1994); and InterChange (1994- present).
Research and Development Center newsletter representing its Science departments. Succeeded by Science & Mathematics Update (1987-1993); Coalition News (1987-1994); InterChange (1994- present).
Student magazine of photographs and information about on-campus events and student life during 1971.
Alumni Office occasional newsletter containing updates on newsworthy campus events. 1969-1973.
Academic Services Office and Division of Continuing Education, newsletter for the downtown campus distributed within the L.V. Eberhard Center.
Reports, histories, and documents relating to the foundation and history of Grand Valley State University.
Newsletter for GVSU Lakeshore students.
Contains programs, schedules, promotional materials and annual newsletters of the Grand Valley State University Shakespeare Festival from 1994 to 2017.
Student satirical newspaper published to express ideas and foster student discussion. 1993-1996.
The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, founded in 2000, was inspired by Ralph Hauenstein's life of leadership and service. The Hauenstein Center is one of the leading presidential studies centers in the nation. Its mission is to illuminate the American presidency, to raise civic literacy, learned discourse, and a new generation of leaders. Partial collection of recorded lectures, debates and conferences sponsored by the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies.
Health & Wellness newsletter.
The Regional Math and Science Center (RMSC) serves students, teachers, parents, school districts, business and industry and other organizations interested and involved in mathematics and science education. High School Summer Institute for the Arts and Science (HIS) files include program files and schedules, budgets, and correspondence.
Office of Graduate Studies & Grants Administration newsletter.
Publication of news and information relevant to the William James College student community; later included student writing.
Scrapbook includes articles and photographs of the Honors Institute for Young Scientists (HIFYS). The scrapbook contains photos of students and instructors during classroom and recreational activities.
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