Police briefs are written according to reports from University Police. These indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents. »
With hundreds of students registered to attend Friday’s Employment and Networking Fair, dozens of employers prepared stations in Curtiss Hall to meet tomorrow’s workforce. One employer was United States Congressman Dave Camp of Michigan’s 4th District. »
Though Michigan’s economy may be struggling with an unemployment rate of 12.9 percent, there was no shortage of employment opportunity for Saginaw Valley students at Friday’s University Wide Employment Fair. »
Today’s record high number of 10,656 students at SVSU is due in much part to the decades of work from Dr. Robert Maurovich, who oversaw and expanded student services like Minority Student Services, Residential Life and Financial Aid. »
Writers will put their pens to the test at this year’s National Day on Writing competition.
This event was founded last year by the National Council of Teachers of English. The University Writing Committee coordinates this effort on campus to encourage writers to pursue their talents. Student Life and Cardinal Sins also work with the committee to coordinate the event and provide prizes. »
SVSU students have a unique opportunity to combine a major love from childhood with a successful career.
A presentation for students interested in participating in the 30th year of the Disney College Program was held Wednesday, Oct. 13, at Delta College. Although all students were invited to attend, according to Chelsea Bates, a freshman chemistry major, attendance was low but interest was high for those who were there. »
Students desiring to learn how to become more effective leaders can learn from those in leadership positions at SVSU.
Leadership Fridays give students opportunities to hear from professors and other faculty members about their experiences in leadership roles. These sessions give students the chance to interact with these leaders on a more personal level. »
A high unemployment rate and struggling economy makes finding a job difficult. Competing against hundreds or thousands of applicants for a position doesn’t help much either. So how can those preparing to graduate from college get noticed in the growing field of applicants? »