Every year, Grand Valley's photography program hosts several field trips to the Art Institute of Chicago to supplement students' education. During the group's trip this fall, students were able to view original work in albumen, platinum and silver by 19th century artists such as Nadar, Julia Margaret Cameron and Peter Henry Emerson. The opportunity to … Continue reading Photography students travel to broaden education
by Breanne Andersen, 2012-13 President, GVSU PRSSA Recently Grand Valley State University’s PRSSA Chapter (GV PRSSA) had the opportunity to travel to San Francisco for the PRSSA 2012 National Conference. The trip offered our chapter a host of opportunities. This year’s theme, “Bridging the Gap,” was about connecting our pre-professional self to experts in the public … Continue reading GV PRSSA Chapter Wins Star Chapter Award
Max Bush, a Grand Valley theatre alumnus, will premier "An Identified Enemy" on November 9. The play is about several Iraq War participants, and their personal experiences in the war. Veterans and their families will receive free admission to all performances. For more information, check out this article.
Communication studies professor Dr. Danielle Leek has been in the news recently to offer her comments on the 2012 presidential debates. She and Lee Van Ameyde have discussed the first and third debates together on WZZM13. Leek also hosted a Debate Watch for the second debate, and invited students to view and discuss the event … Continue reading Professor Danielle Leek critiques final presidential debate
Deanna Morse, a professor in the Film and Video Production major, worked with children this past summer in an animation camp sponsored by the Community Media Center. Learn more about it in an article with video on the Rapidian.
Danielle Leek, a professor of Communication Studies, is director of the new Speech Lab on GVSU's campus. The lab sponsored a debate viewing for students at the second presidential debate. Learn more in a recent article in the Lanthorn.
Film and Video Production graduate Wendy Jo Carlton will visit the GVSU campus October 23-24 and will screen two of her films. "Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together" will be shown at 6 p.m. October 23 in Room 174 of Lake Superior Hall. "Hannah Free" will be shown at 6 p.m. October 24 in Room … Continue reading Alumna to Screen Films During Campus Visit