GV. Grand Valley State University Archives
Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:
Files include founding documents of the Grand Valley Alumni Association, directories, Distinguished Alumni awards, program and events files.
Starting in 2007, Grand Valley State University Libraries has annually recognized and honored faculty and staff who published work within the past year. Publication examples include books, chapters, articles, proceeding papers, visual media, short stories, or other published work. A printed bibliography citing accomplishments is created in conjunction with this event.
Contains meeting agendas, minutes, supplemental materials and related correspondence of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee of the GVSU Board of Control from 1979 to 1986. Also includes one file of general correspondence between the Provost's Office and the Board of Control, dating between 1983 and 2002.
This annual report is a summary of the continuing education activities conducted during the 1978-1979 fiscal year. The report represents a variety of academic units that extend programs to evening and off campus students. A review of the programs and relevant statistical data are included.
Research and Development files from 1969, maintained by Chair Howard Stein and others, include minutes, memos and correspondence, other administrative records and reports, and grant proposal files. Funded and denied grant proposal files from 1977/8 for research support may also include Human Research Committee files, stipends, and travel files. After 1983 the committee managed the Distinguished Contribution awards.
"Celebrating Twenty Years" publication of the College Student Affairs Leadership program in the Grand Valley State University College of Education
Contains minutes, agendas, supplemental materials, and related correspondence of the Deans Council from 1985 to 2012 and the Provost's Cabinet from 2012 to 2015. Also contains one file on Dean's Retreats from 1984-2001.
This annual report of the Division of Arts and Humanities (now College of Liberal Arts and Sciences) was presented to the Board of Trustees. The report contains a divisional report from the dean, unit reports from each department, and tables that depict the amount of student hours taught and Arts and Humanities majors.
Contains early records and promotional materials relating to the programs and services of the L. V. Eberhard Center on Grand Valley's Grand Rapids Campus.
Series contains records relating to bilingual education training at Grand Valley State Colleges between the years of 1971 and 1979. Files include program proposals, correspondence and memoranda, administrative files, CVs and biographical information about program directors and instructors, and information about student teachers and courses. The records also document grant-funded projects, as well as initiatives such as the Right To Read program.
Contains planning files for the Faculty Awards Convocation events from 2008-2013.
Faculty Handbook of policies and procedures for Grand Valley faculty, published as a physical book from 1967-2005 and as a PDF from 2006-2017. In 2018, the Faculty Handbook was replaced by the GVSU Policies website.
Resource guide for faculty and staff of the Padnos International Center. Guide includes information on opportunities to study abroad, develop international partnerships, and on grant, teaching, and sabbatical opportunities. Titled Resource Guide for Faculty and Staff until 2014, when it was renamed to Global GVSU: Resource Guide for Faculty and Staff.
This handbook is a guide for graduate program management that covers administrative duties, application and admission processes, research and thesis guidelines, as well as general rules.
In August 1988 Grand Valley State University made a significant commitment to graduate education, by hiring an Associate Director of Graduate Admissions. In an effort to understand how graduate programs and services were being used, the Associate Director conducted a telephone survey of current and past graduate students. The final report of the Graduate Student Survey was released in April 1989.
This publication is produced by the Office of Graduate Studies in collaboration with the Graduate and Professional Student Association. The publication is produced for an event held each semester and includes an awards ceremony list and names of each student graduating along with their thesis abstract.
This informal guide for new graduate students was prepared in response to the suggestions of many graduate students, communicated through surveys, forums, and face-to-face meetings. The guidebook contains an office directory, where to turn for advice or guidance, program options, and when matters related to an individual's graduate program should be acted on.
This artificial collection contains video tapes, audio tapes, CDs, and DVDs of Grand Valley State speeches, lectures, events, ceremonies, athletics events, programs, and promotional media. The collection's contents span from 1968 to 2016.
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.
Contains programs, schedules, promotional materials and annual newsletters of the Grand Valley State University Shakespeare Festival from 1994 to 2017.
Complete digital backups of The American History Slide Collection and The Western Civilization Slide Collection, with guidebooks. Originally digitized in 2008 with corrected scans in 2020.
Series contains flyersand brochures, memos, program information, working files, electronic files and videos.
Series contains administrative and historical files from the School of Nursing, later known as the Kirkhof School of Nursing, from 1969 to 2005. It was acquired in three separate accessions, in 1983, 1988, and 2005.
Series contains miscellaneous files and publications from the Kutsche Office of Local History.
Collection contains color portrait photographs of notable Grand Valley administrators, trustees, donors and faculty by LaClaire Studios.
Noteworthy items include portraits of Presidents James H. Zumberge and Arend D. Lubbers as well as Trustees L. William Seidman, Icie Macy Hoobler, Grace Olsen Kistler, Paul Phillips and Kenneth Robinson.