Dr. David Swenson joined Saginaw Valley State University in 1996 as the H.H. Dow Endowed Chair of Chemistry. He teaches introductory chemistry, environmental chemistry and biochemistry courses here on campus. While classes are important to him, his research is what he really invests his time in. »
The University is looking into potential changes to tailgating in response to several incidents during the Sept. 9 football game against Gannon. »
Application for revised Cardinal Townhomes expansion submitted
Faced with an application for a special use permit to resurrect a proposed expansion of the Cardinal Townhomes, the Kochville Township Planning Commission took over two hours to come to a "decision." »
Members of the Governor's Commission on Agriculture visited SVSU last Wednesday, so the faculty and students that received them made the obvious gesture - they held a pig roast. »
Rome wasn't built in a day and according to Judge Darnell Jackson, neither are bridges.
This reference to efforts to bridge the gap between races was one of the pillars of Jackson's speech during The Bridge Center for Racial Harmony's annual meeting held in Curtiss Hall last Thursday. »
Upcoming skin cancer screening
Health Services will be holding a free melanoma screening this Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. in Curtiss 116, where both a male and female doctor from Synergy will be present to respond to all questions and concerns. »
Thursday, Sept. 7
- Suspicious person in First Year Suites.
- Larceny of money from Living Center North. Under investigation.
- University Village West theft of car keys.