Emily Short demonstrates her passion for environmental preservation through her studies and her everyday life.
The funeral invitation came from a stranger ...
Dustyn Tubbs is ready for the next upgrade.
Chi Weng is more than adapting to the idea of wearing a red ceremonial robe during the May 2016 Saginaw Valley State University commencement ceremony.
Ask Ashli Maser about her passions, and she will respond at first with a wide, white smile.
Jenni Putz enjoys a challenge. Her research record is extraordinary for an undergraduate, and one of those research interests resulted from challenging herself to step outside of her comfort zone. Far outside.
Heading into a profession that is over 75 percent dominated by males is just one more challenge for Megan VanFleteren to overcome.
A student employee from Saginaw Valley State University was recognized as the top student employee in Michigan.
Two Saginaw Valley State University faculty members will study common health issues through support from SVSU’s Braun Fellowship.
Somewhere in Denver, Colorado, a teenager is on a computer and he is smiling. He’s learned things he never thought he would, accomplished things he never thought he could, and now can see a future that once was only a dream. And he has SVSU alum Dave Bobrowski, 2010, B.S., to thank for that.
Micah Whitehead's career goal is to work as a cardiothoracic surgeon, helping patients experiencing problems with their hearts and lungs.
The Saginaw Valley State University Cardinal Formula Racing team earned the fifth-best finish in the accomplished program's history at its most recent international competition.
Fresh off building the fastest college race car in the world last year, Saginaw Valley State University’s Cardinal Formula Racing has designed and built “one of the most well-developed vehicles” in the accomplished program’s history and is preparing to square off against top international competition.
In a 5-year span, Aldubayyan went from speaking little English to becoming one of the university’s student leaders.
Brandon Skwirsk knew he wanted to become a doctor in the sixth grade.