Grand Valley State University
Found in 347 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Description From the Collection: The L. William Seidman documents the life and work of Michigan-born economist and founder of Grand Valley State College L. William Seidman from 1958 through the end of his career in government. The collection includes personal papers; records of his participation in the founding of Grand Valley and of his service on the Board of Control 1958-1968, as an advisor to Presidents Ford and Reagan. The bulk of the collection consists of his files as chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance...
Abstract Alumni Office newsletter previously called Grand Valley Alumni newsletter. Sent to alumni containing updates about Grand Valley, reconnection and event opportunities, and other news pertinent to alumni. Fall 1988-2001.
Scope and Contents Created subject collection compiled by donor Harvey Lemmen and continued by Grand Valley State University Special Collections after acqiusition. Topics include politics, local history, business, populations, and culture.
Dates: 1813 - 1995
Scope and Contents Collection contains event brochures, programs flyers and postcards.
Dates: 1985 - 2015
Abstract 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. This series contains promotional and program records of the Grandparents, Grandkids, Grand Valley (G3) Camp held during the summers between 2012-2016. The camp was held for Grand Valley affiliates and their grandchildren, who visited GVSU's campus and participated in numerous workshops and...
Dates: 2012 - 2016
Scope and Contents The collection contains posters, flyers, programs for each of the Super Science Saturday events, from 1996-2015.
Dates: 1996 - 2015
Series — Box: 63
Abstract The Report on the Status of Women at GVSC was initiated in order to correct inequities that existed in discrimination against female faculty, staff, and students. Collection contains a memorandum about the report and the final report.
Series — Box: 1
Collection Description Series contains the planning documents and files for the Regional Math and Science Center's Recognize Exemplary Teachers RET-E3 program, spanning from 1987 to 1992.
Series — Box: 114
Abstract Newsletter for student residents.
Series — Box: 1-3
Abstract Richard E. Flanders was a professor of Anthropology at Grand Valley from 1964-1988. After participating in the Korean conflict, he attended Mexico City College, followed by the University of Michigan where he earned his PhD. Flanders developed the sociology and anthropology departments at Grand Valley. Flanders initiated the archeological excavation of the Blendon Landing area on the Allendale Campus. He was the Field Director for the Norton Mounds Project and a member of the Norton Indian...
Series — Box: 78
Abstract Student alternative newspaper published as "the radical democratic voice of the student citizen". One issue was produced in 1979 by former Thomas Jefferson College students after that program was disbanded. 1979.
Collection Description The collection contains music scores featuring various instrumentations. Many of the compositions in this collection were commissioned by Arend D. Lubbers, president of Grand Valley, for various people and events at the university. Robert Wepman co-wrote some of the pieces contained in the collection.
Abstract The School of Criminal Justice annual report contains a list of each instructor and their published works, programs and internships offered, and other information related to the Criminal Justice school.
Series — Box: 92
Abstract School of Health Sciences newsletter (see also the student publication, The Bulb).
Abstract This annual report of the School of Public and Nonprofit Administration contains general statistics, student and faculty profiles, as well as grants and publications earned within the programs.
Series — Box: 92
Abstract School of Public Service newsletter.
Series — Box: 89
Abstract Annual publication of the Seidman College of Business (successor to the West Michigan Business Review 1995-2000, not in holdings) 2000-present.
Series — Box: 90
Abstract Bi-monthly undergraduate newsletter.
Series — Box: 1-5
Collection Description Contains general administrative records, committee files, faculty meeting and faculty senate agendas, minutes and notes, memoranda, and newsletters with class schedules, from the Seidman Graduate College of Business, later named the Seidman School of Business and the Seidman College of Business, spanning from 1973 to 2003.
Abstract Lewis William Seidman (L. William) was an American economist and financial commentator born in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was one of the founders of Grand Valley State College. Seidman worked as an advisor to Presidents Ford and Reagan. He served as the chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and worked extensively during the American savings and loan crisis to restore solvency to the failing savings and loan institutions. The collection documents his personal, civic, and...
Dates: 1958 - 1990
Series — Box: 90
Abstract Published twice a year and sent to all contributors to the Enrichment Fund.
Series — Box: 86-88
Abstract Biannual publication of the Seidman College of Business, sent to individuals and businesses. 1993-present.
Series — Box: 114
Abstract Newsletter of the Student Senate.
Series — Box: 59
Abstract Literary publication collecting writings and art from the Thomas Jefferson College "Make-It" program and via student submission.
Dates: circa 1970s
Series — Box: 1-8
Abstract WGVU/WGVK program and schedule guide is successor to previously published West Michigan guide.
Dates: 1988 - 2016
Series — Box: 110
Abstract Guide to events, published as a booklet (1979-1980) and a brochure (1981).
Series — Box: 85
Abstract Research and Development Center newsletter representing its Social Science departments.
Series — Box: 1
Collection Description Available documents pertaining to the work of this committee include correspondence, news releases, meeting agendas, advisory committee member lists, relevant articles, and working papers. A survey completed for Grand Valley details related issues, activities, and policies. The final report is not included.
Dates: 1969 - 1970
Series — Box: 109
Abstract Collection of best papers written by School of Public and Nonprofit Administration (SPNA) students, chosen by faculty. 2005-present.
Abstract Grand Valley State University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. These programs present music in the context of a broad liberal education, provide a course of study for the student who is interested in performance, composition, music technology, private studio teaching, or further graduate study, and prepares both vocal and instrumental students for careers in elementary and secondary school teaching. Additionally, the Music Department is...