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Allendale (Mich.)

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Stan Krohmer photographs

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Identifier: RHC-97
Content Description Collection contains two photography projects by Stan Krohmer. The first project, Ravines Revisited, consists of 11x14 and 4x6 b/w prints, negatives, and contact sheets taken from 2003-2007 for Ravines Revisited exhibit w/ DeMas Henke and Tony Thompson. The Jim Harrison project, 2007-2009, contains 11x14 color and b/w prints, negatives and CDs of digital images. Krohmer and Harrison collaborated on a project to document the places in Michigan that were significant to Jim and may have...

Library administrative files

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Identifier: GV043-06
Overview The Grand Valley State University Libraries enrich the educational mission of the university by advancing intellectual growth and discovery. Through the acquisition, application, dissemination, and preservation of knowledge we strive to serve the community, the state, the nation, and the world. Vision: Grand Valley State University Libraries will be a catalyst in building a vibrant, intellectual, creative university culture. We will be a place where ideas transcend disciplinary boundaries,...

Library Director files

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Identifier: GV043-05
Overview Stephen Ford was Library Director at Grand Valley from 1962 to 1988. He grew the collection of books and periodicals beginning in the first library—the Pink House—and oversaw the construction and move to Zumberge Library, which opened in 1969. He was a member of the Michigan Library Association, many university committees and task forces, Higher Education General Information Survey, and more. Files include reports from the Michigan Library Association (MLA), Higher Education General Information...

Milton Ford files

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Identifier: GV100-04
Overview Milton E. Ford (1942-2014), professor of liberal studies at Grand Valley and founding director of the university’s LGBT Resource Center, joined Grand Valley’s faculty in 1973 and celebrated receiving his 40-year service award in December 2013. A compassionate teacher and lifelong researcher, Ford will best be remembered for leading efforts to integrate the LGBT community with university academics and its student life. Ford also served as faculty advisor to Out N About, Grand Valley’s...

Office of the Provost administrative files

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GV004-05
Overview The chief academic officer of the University. Reporting to her are the deans of the eight instructional colleges and university libraries along with the academic support divisions.These files were used by the Office of the Provost during the time that Glenn A. Niemeyer was Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. The oldest files were created and maintained by his secretary, Ann Baker. Most of the files were reference and information files maintained by Provost Niemeyer and Ann Baker....

The Laker Sentinel

 Series — Box 127: [aspace.r.429.Box.127]
Identifier: GV244
Abstract The Laker Sentinel was an independent student magazine that began online in September 2012. Inspired by Sixties underground newspapers, journalist Hunter S. Thompson, and political and cyber activism, one journalism major, one history/philosophy major, and an English/classics major joined together for an interdisciplinary publication. The Sentinel attempted to offer harder, contextualized news that the student newspaper, the Lanthorn, did not provide, as well as cultural pieces about art, film,...

West Michigan Science Festival files

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GV031-06
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...