Saginaw Valley State University honored a noted Saginaw businessman and philanthropist with a long history of support and commitment to SVSU and the Great Lakes Bay Region, as well as outstanding faculty and staff during SVSU's All-University Awards Banquet Friday, April 10.
Ashley Hanson Chrysler's team bested 202 teams representing 118 ABA-approved law schools at the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition April 9-11 in Chicago. She also received an award for ninth-place oralist.
ITS Executive Director, Jim Maher, announces that the ResNet Wireless Project Team has completed the installation and activation of the new wireless solution in all of the residential units. The project was completed two months ahead of schedule.
Saginaw Valley State University will be well represented at the All Around The Garden Global Youth Service Day Project Wednesday, April 22.
Saginaw Valley State University has hired Linda Sims to lead communication, marketing and external affairs for the university. She comes to SVSU from Consumers Energy, where she has served in a variety of public relations roles for more than 30 years, including the past 10 in the senior role of executive director of public affairs for the utility.
In recent months, Microsoft announced that Skype would be replacing Lync as the collaboration product in Office. Branded at Skype for Business, it will soon be coming to a computer near you.
Guitarist Edmond Smith will join with the Saginaw Valley State University jazz ensemble for a concert Thursday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m. in SVSU’s Rhea Miller Recital Hall.
Someone looking over your shoulder is not a comforting feeling. Think about where it can happen. You can be on a plane flipping through a magazine, at a coffee shop reading the news on your laptop, or at the office reading emails. Wait a second. At the office reading emails?
The Literacy Center at Saginaw Valley State University will offer tutoring in math, reading, and writing to students ranging from kindergarten upward through 12th grade, and adult learners during the upcoming summer.
Saginaw Valley State University students will share what they have learned in examining alternatives to the traditional handshake in an academic exercise across the colleges of Arts & Behavioral Sciences and Business & Management. They will present their ideas Thursday, April 23.