Universities and colleges
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 384 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This annual magazine, created by Grand Valley student, alumni, and faculty, includes articles and information regarding the Modern Languages and Literatures department of CLAS at Grand Valley.
Collection Description The Ella Koeze Weed collection documents the political career of Ella K. Weed, the Republican Party and the Michigan Constitutional Convention of 1961-1962. Documents include information from the Michigan Constitution Convention and the revision of the Constitution, Journals of the Constitution Convention, news clippings, conference notes from Koeze, notes from the Committee on Legislative Powers, the Official Records of the 1961 Michigan Constitution, proposals, and information on the...
Series — Box 53: [Barcode: aspace.r.66.Box.53]
Abstract Newsletter for the William James College community. 1973 includes an issues ballot. Reissued in 1981.
Abstract Community publication for public television viewing area of WGVC/35. Combined Accent and Update. Succeeded by Showplace.
Series — Box 91: [Barcode: aspace.r.166.Box.91]
Abstract Published jointly by West Michigan Magazine and the F.E. Seidman College of Business Administration each February and July and mailed directly to business and corporate leaders by the F.E. Seidman School. (Collaboration with GVSU).
Series — Box 91: [Barcode: aspace.r.167.Box.91]
Abstract Quarterly business report published jointly by West Michigan Magazine and the F.E. Seidman College of Business four times a year. It is included in West Michigan Magazine and mailed directly to business and corporate leaders by the F.E. Seidman School. (Collaboration with GVSU).
Series — Box 90: [Barcode: aspace.r.163.Box.90]
Abstract Published twice a year and sent to all contributors to the Enrichment Fund.
Series — Multiple Containers
Overview 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. The West Michigan Science Festival, hosted by GVSU’s RMSC, was held annually from 1991 to 2001 and featured hands-on, interactive science and technology learning opportunities to K-12 students in order to give students the opportunity to see science in action and to motivate and energize...
Dates: 1991 - 2001
Overview Insider is a bi-monthly programming newsletter produced by WGVU Public Media, a service of Grand Valley State University.
Dates: 2015 - 2016
Series — Box 96: [Barcode: aspace.r.184.Box.96]
Abstract News publication put out by the Women's Information Bureau covering local and campus news concerning issues, services, and activities pertaining to women. Formerly Women's Information Bureau Newsletter. April 1977-April 1982.
Collection Description Videotaped interviews of William James College faculty, students and administrators by Barbara Roos.
Dates: circa 1985; Digitized: 2012
Collection Description Program and administrative files, meeting minutes, and faculty workshops.
Dates: 1971 - 1998
Series — Box 53: [Barcode: aspace.r.67.Box.53]
Abstract Newsletter for the William James College community.
Series — Box 53: [Barcode: aspace.r.65.Box.53]
Abstract Weekly newsletter for the William James College community. Each issue has a different title.
Series — Box 80: [Barcode: aspace.r.542.Box.80]
Overview In October 2010, the Grand Valley State University's Women's Center received a three-year VAWA grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women. Through that grant the Women's center produced CVPT Magazine. The magazine contains information about the issues of sexual assault and domestic violence, as well as resources and services to suport victims and survivors. It also includes information and support about healthy relationships and ways that men can participate in...
Series — Box 125: [Barcode: aspace.r.248.Box.125]
Abstract Women's studies program publication containing events, articles, and relevant news.
Series — Box 81: [Barcode: aspace.r.135.Box.81]
Abstract Publication of creative and academic submissions by feminist student organization Sister.
Series — Box 127: [Barcode: aspace.r.428.Box.127]
Abstract The Grand Valley Writing Center, part of the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies Fred Meijer Center for Writing and Michigan Authors, was created in 1979. It began as a student academic tutoring resource that was introduced along with the SWS program. The Write Club newsletter began as Boccaccio's Discourse in 1996, but changed names at the start of the 2000-2001 academic year. Collection contains issues of the newsletter.
Scope and Contents In Writing is the Grand Valley State University Department of Writing's newsletters. The publication includes articles about department events, faculty, students, and alumni and features pieces written by faculty, students and staff. The collection contains issues from 2004-2005 and 2009-2017.
Dates: 2004 - 2017
Series — Folder 1
Scope and Contents Series contains broadsides and event posters from GVSU's annual Poetry Night events. Poets include: Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Kwame Dawes, Mark Doty, Dorianne Laux, C. K. Williams, Philip Levine, Patricia Clark, Robert Pinsky,Carol Ann Duffy, Bob Hicock, Tony Hoagland, Patricia Smith, Dan Gerber, and Cynthia Macdonald.
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 2002 - 2018
Series — Box 49: [Barcode: aspace.r.49.Box.49]
Abstract Annual report on the work and findings of the R.B. Annis Water Resources Institute. 1999, 2001, 2003-2004.
Series — Volume 1-5: [Barcode: aspace.r.136.volume.1-5]
Abstract Five yearbooks published. Four Years Forward, 1963-1967; Yearbook, 1967-1968; GVSC's Yearbook, 1969-1970;
Series — Box 64: [Barcode: aspace.r.79.Box.64]
Abstract Literary publication showcasing writings, photography, and artwork from Thomas Jefferson College students. December 1975-Spring 1978.