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Two students from Grand Valley State University are honored by their peers and the University for helping rescue a woman in a car accident.  Authorities say the pair helped save the woman’s life.

“I talked to one of the students yesterday and he said, it was just the right thing to do.   Pretty incredible when most people would just leave the scene, these students put it upon themselves to rescue this woman from her car.”

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Two community forums are being hosted by Grand Valley State University’s Division of Inclusion and Equity.  The events will reveal research done by two Grand Valley Alumnae.  They look at barriers facing women of color looking for leadership positions in West Michigan.  The event kicks off several to be hosted for Women’s History Month.

“This work is what we’ve always called a head and heart merger. It emerged from both of our lived experiences  navigating the people, power and politics nuances often being the first and only woman of color in leadership spaces.”

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A partnership, or “Co-Teaching” program, between Grand Valley State University’s College of Education and the Kenowa Hills Public School District seems to be moving in the right direction. So much so, that KHPS is hoping to expand the project following K through 3 student achievement. 

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Members of GVSU's ΑΤΩ Fraternity join us to talk about their upcoming walk to raise funds for Multiple Sclerosis.

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Data security is becoming increasingly important to organizations worldwide.  And the demand for those in the know is increasing as well.  Grand Valley State University recently announced it’s expanding its cyber security program.  Experts at the university say those in this field won’t have a problem getting a job.

“We have employers lined up to recruit folks with this background that we probably won’t meet for years, if ever.”

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Roger B. Chaffee, an astronaut and Grand Rapids native, is being honored in an upcoming event, titled, “Roger That.”  Chaffee died during testing on Apollo One in 1967.  Grand Valley State University and the Grand Rapids Public Museum are hosting a two day symposium.

The  two day symposium entitled, “Roger That”, will be held in February in honor of Grand Rapids native, Roger B. Chaffee.  Organizers say the date is tied to Chaffee’s birthday and of course, his death on Apollo One in 1967.

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Dr. Tricia Thomas, Assistant Dean for Practice of the Kirkhof College of Nursing, joins us to talk about the importance of nurse managed centers and more.

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Guests join us from GVSU'S Seidman College of Business  to discuss the topic of Young Thinkers.

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Election Day is tomorrow… and to help students get to the polls, Grand Valley State University is providing transportation to the local polling location. GVSU has received high marks in its efforts to educate and encourage students about registration and voting.  It was recently designated as a Voter Friendly Campus by “Campus Vote Project”. 

Since August, more than three-thousand students at Grand Valley State University have become registered to vote.  For student body president, Ella Fritzemeier, it’s an exciting time.

Phantom Boy

Oct 26, 2016
https://thefilmstage.com/reviews/tiff-review-phantom-boy/

GRCC and GVSU are staging a festival of French films. One such film, Phantom Boy. We speak with the Director Alain Gagnol with translator Professor Dan Golembeski.

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