SVSU Women’s Basketball to hold open tryouts

SVSU Women’s Basketball to hold open tryouts

The Saginaw Valley State University Women’s Basketball Team will hold open tryouts on Friday, September 1, 2017, from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Tryouts will take place inside the James E. O’Neill Jr. Arena on SVSU’s campus. Interested participants must be full-time SVSU students (currently taking at least 12 credit hours) and be...

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New Delta College Downtown Saginaw Center Moves Forward, Scheduled to open Fall of 2019

New Delta College Downtown Saginaw Center Moves Forward, Scheduled to open Fall of 2019

Delta College will soon have a new home in downtown Saginaw as plans move forward for a 35,000 square foot learning center building. Delta College received construction authorization in the 2018 fiscal year budget for the State of Michigan, signed in July by Governor Snyder. The total Saginaw Center project...

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Saginaw Valley State University graduate secures future with The Dow Chemical Company

Saginaw Valley State University graduate secures future with The Dow Chemical Company

As a future accounting asset to The Dow Chemical Company, Kevin Finley crossed the graduation stage in May 2017 with excitement and a firm sense of purpose after five years at Saginaw Valley State University. The Flint native has replaced childhood scars with an ever-present smile, having learned many valuable lessons inside and outside the classroom. “In leadership and...

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UM-Flint Presents Awards to 11 Flint Entrepreneurs 

UM-Flint Presents Awards to 11 Flint Entrepreneurs 

Flint, MI – The University of Michigan-Flint’s University Outreach has announced winners of an entrepreneurship competition held June 24 in Flint. The competition was part of a celebration held at Berston Field House, to mark the culmination of four business boot camps held in Flint from February through June 2017. A...

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All-American running career prepares SVSU grad to serve U.S. Navy as submarine engineer

All-American running career prepares SVSU grad to serve U.S. Navy as submarine engineer

SAGINAW, MI – With exceptional discipline and inspired determination, Joey Southgate became an All-American athlete during a personal best-smashing, storybook-ending final run in May as a track athlete at Saginaw Valley State University. By the end of this week, the Unionville native will begin applying that same discipline and determination...

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What’s Wrong with Education?

What’s Wrong with Education?

Written By T. A. Blasi | The teachers’ unions think we are not spending enough money on education. About 83¢ of every education dollar we spend goes to wages and fringe benefits. The defense industry thinks we are spending too much money on education and not enough on defense. The...

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Exploring Careers in the Heart of Motown

Exploring Careers in the Heart of Motown

CMU Quicken Loans interns receive more than the average experience The chance to play a role in a global project or implement an idea to improve a company weren’t opportunities Central Michigan University students thought they would have until after graduation. These opportunities and more, however, were part of their...

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SVSU Students Earn Accolades from Enterprise Internship Initiative

SVSU Students Earn Accolades from Enterprise Internship Initiative

A pair of Saginaw Valley State University students showed their commitment to excellence when they were recognized for their outstanding performance at a summer-long internship program with Enterprise Holdings, the corporation largely known for vehicle rental services. Leslie Smith, an SVSU junior from Roseville with a double major in marketing...

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SVSU Honors Retirees

SVSU Honors Retirees

The SVSU Board of Control granted emeritus status to three individuals who have announced their plans to retire from SVSU: Merry Jo Brandimore, Gene Hamilton, and Gladys Zubulake; Brandimore and Hamilton also will have buildings named in their honor, following Board action. Hamilton has served SVSU in a variety of...

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SVSU to Offer New Degree: Master of Arts – Public Administration

SVSU to Offer New Degree: Master of Arts – Public Administration

Saginaw Valley State University has approved a new graduate degree program and will enroll students for the Master of Arts – Public Administration program, beginning with the upcoming fall semester. The program is geared toward students who have completed bachelor’s degrees and are interested in careers or seeking advancement in...

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