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John Kilbourne, professor of movement science, dressed as Galileo during the March for Science April 22 in Washington, D.C.

Professor participates in March for Science

Professor John Kilbourne participated in the March for Science held April 22 in Washington, D.C.

Christian Glupker, clinical affiliate professor of economics, and Paul Isely, professor and associate dean of economics.

GVSU study: Local economic impact of Meijer Gardens is $75 million

GVSU researchers say Meijer Gardens supports 804 jobs in Kent County annually.

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Softball doubleheaders to be broadcast on WatchESPN April 23

The Laker softball team will take on Walsh in games broadcast on WatchESPN on April 23.

Softball doubleheaders to be broadcast on WatchESPN April 22

Softball doubleheaders to be broadcast on WatchESPN April 22

The Laker softball team will take on Lake Erie in games broadcast on WatchESPN on April 22.

Teacher Search 2017 will take place April 25 from 1-4 p.m. at the Eberhard Center.

Recruiters seek certified teachers at job fair

Teacher Search 2017 will take place April 25 from 1-4 p.m. at the Eberhard Center.

Pictured from left, Ashley Schulte, Allison Roman, Gayle Davis, Jessica Jennrich, and Sharalle Arnold.

Women's Center named for Davis

The Gayle R. Davis Center for Women and Gender Equity was announced at a reception for Davis.

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Provost candidate notes university progression comes with student success

A candidate for provost said university progress is not only measured by retention rate increases.

2017 Graduate Showcase

Graduate Showcase highlights scholarly research

More than 30 graduate students presented their research April 18 during the 2017 Graduate Showcase.

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Provost candidate said today's employers need liberal education graduates

A provost candidate said Grand Valley graduates are bringing the skills today's employers need.

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Provost surprised by announcement of scholarship

Colleagues surprised Provost Gayle R. Davis with a scholarship fund in her name.