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11/16: Hauenstein Center’s Character and the Presidency Event Featured in MLive Read
11/06: GVNow Feature on $1 Million Dollar Gift to the Hauenstein Center from J.C. and Tammy Huizenga Read
8/13: Gleaves Whitney on Michigan Radio’s Stateside Listen
7/16: Chadd Dowding and DeMario Bell on WGVU Listen
6/8: Gleaves Whitney Quoted in Politico Read
4/28: ‘Flyover states?’ No! Midwest, MI are more Read
4/28: Historians Look Back at the Midwest, America’s ‘Forgotten’ Region Listen
4/26: Conference a first for ‘flyover country’ Read
4/20: Twirler places among top five at international competition Read (scroll down page)
4/16: Susan Ford Bales shares stories of her dad’s life Read
4/09: Common ground and liberal education Read
4/06: Valuing disagreement, speakers share importance of discussion Read
4/03: West, George address truth, honesty, decency in Hauenstein talk Read
4/02: Philosophers Cornel West and Robert George discuss ‘culture wars’ at GVSU Read
4/01: Gleaves Whitney on WOOD Radio’s West Michigan Live Listen(start at mid-point)
3/31: For a Competitive Business Environment, Tax Reform and Talent Read
3/30: GVSU produces Culture Wars Read
3/30: Former governor talks education, tax reform Read
3/26: Cornel West, Robert George on ‘Culture Wars’ at Hauenstein Center event Read
3/15: Ralph Hauenstein recalls his top secret roll in WWII Read
3/11: Tolstoy expert to give speech on war and peace Read
3/9: Who’s afraid of War and Peace? Read
3/2: Habitat for Humanity director is keynote at leadership reception Read
02/5: GR mayoral candidate Rosalynn Bliss to speak at Wheelhouse Talk Read
02/4: Experts debate on effects of court case Read
01/28: Citizens United and unlimited spending: Is free speech really free? Read
01/20: 5 key points from former Secretary of Defense Cohen’s speech in Grand Rapids Read
01/19: Hauenstein Fellowship presented to former Secretary of Defense Cohen Read
01/08: Lanthorn – GV Alumni Appointed to Board of Trustees Read
01/04: Q&A with Megan Sall, The Right Place Inc. Read
12/13: New GV board member is youngest in university’s history Read
12/8: Historian to share insight on presidency Read
12/4: Students bring entrepreneurship to GV Read
12/3: Author, historian to discuss what advice Machiavelli would have for U.S. president Read
12/2: Hauenstein Center hosts presidential historian H.W. Brands Read
11/20: Laker elected to board of education Read
11/13: Former first daughter to speak at GV Read
11/11: On Veterans Day, WWII veteran Hauenstein reflects Watch
11/5: Political Order and Political Decay lecture Read
11/3: Renowned political scientist Francis Fukuyama to speak at GV Read
11/1: Retired Steelcase CEO Jim Hackett to receive lifetime achievement award Read
10/28: Noted author Francis Fukuyama to discuss essential questions of politics Read
10/19: Presidential Museum hosts panel on Gerald R. Ford Read
10/19: Gov. Snyder, and unorthodox politician, seeks 2nd term Read
10/17: Policy experts to debate higher ed funding model Read
10/16: Golden Lecture series kicks off with Hauenstein Center director Read
10/13: Hauenstein Center partnering with Ford Foundation & Museum for panel discussions Read
10/8: Fixing a world in poverty Read
10/8: GVSU’s College of Education celebrates 50th anniversary with lecture series Read
10/1: Truth behind Middle East Turmoil and geopolitics discussed at Hauenstein Center event Read
9/23: Herb Meyer: The Lost Art of Political Persuasion Read
9/22: Fmr. President Carter speaks in Grand Rapids Read
9/10: GV to host U.S. intelligence panel Read
9/10: WGVU Newsmakers: Franklin D. Roosevelt Watch
9/3: GVSU to present national security talks Read
8/28: A look back on Gerald Ford’s legacy, 40 years later Read
8/26: A Seat at the Table: Breaking the poverty cycle for the world’s poorest women Read
8/20: Cook Leadership Academy welcomes new Fellows Read
8/18: Student Senate Sketches: President Andrew Plague Read
7/14: President Ford was ‘a beautiful human being’ says former Secretary of State James Baker Read
7/14: President Ford remembered: Wreath from President Obama laid at Ford’s grave Read
7/14: Events To Honor Anniversary of Gerald Ford’s Birth Read
7/14 Achievements: EWU students named to spring honor roll Read
6/13: Last day of Hauenstein Center summit features Lubbers, Nelson Read
6/12: Second day of Hauenstein Common Ground summit kicks off Read
6/12: GVSU explores common ground between liberals and conservatives Listen
6/11: Hauenstein Center kicks off three-day seminar on politics in education Read
6/11: Is higher education too politicized? GVSU conference to examine if compromise is possible Read
6/6: Michigan Honors: State contributed soldiers and manufacturing might to D-Day battle, 70 years ago Read
6/3: Michigan Honors: Find World War II veterans from West Michigan in our database Read
5/5: GVSU Hauenstein Center to host presentation by Rick Atkinson Read
5/5: Hauenstein Center hosts expert on D-Day, WWII Read
4/29: Help us honor living World War II veterans of West Michigan Read
4/15: Workshop to focus on avoiding discussion pitfalls Read
4/11: The Address, Ken Burns Documentary Watch
4/10: Hauenstein Center to host workshop on working with rivals (Grand Valley State University) Read
4/9: Hauenstein Center to host workshop on working with rivals Read
4/6: Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies Read
4/1: Hauenstein Center Director Gleaves Whitney reads the Gettysburg Address for WGVU Watch
3/31: Expert discusses post traumatic stress disorder Read
3/20: PTSD, Treatment of ‘Moral Injuries’ Central Focus of Two-Day Conference Read
3/20: PTSD, Treatment of ‘Moral Injuries’ Central Focus of Two-Day Conference Read
3/12: Gleaves Whitney on The Justin Barclay Show. Listen (Start at 20m:40s)
3/5: Heartwell, SowHope CEO headline International Women’s Day event Read
2/14: Civility in politics expert to speak at Hauenstein Center event Read
2/7: Expert to discuss civility in politics at Hauenstein Center keynote Read
1/26: Are we really united? Read
1/24: Tea Party is doomed for reasons centuries old, says Colin Woodard, author of ‘American Nations’ Read
1/22: Is the United States one nation? Author Colin Woodard says it’s really 11 Read
1/21: Hauenstein Center to host interactive workshop Read
1/16: Award-winning journalist to discuss identities of American Nations Read
1/15: The debate continues for minimum wage Read
1/13: Coffeehouse Debate on minimum wage on Jan. 14 Read
1/10: Minimum wage focus of Coffeehouse Debate Read
1/9: Mayor kicks off Wheelhouse Talks Read


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