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2020
March
02,
2020
| 10:20 PM America/Chicago
As Dean of the College of Education at Governors State University (GSU), Shannon Dermer oversees the Division of Education (DOE), the Division of Psychology and Counseling (DPC), and the Family Development Center (FDC). The College includes approxima...
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2019
November
04,
2019
| 05:25 PM America/Chicago
From his office overlooking the Hall of Governors at Governors State University's (GSU), Jason Vignone points to the stock market ticker projecting to meandering students below. He calls it a symbol of hope, but it’s Vignone who’s the beacon. And ...
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February
25,
2019
| 11:39 PM America/Chicago
Long before terms like “diversity” and “inclusion” were trending in our lexicon, Afro Latino college freshman Corey Williams joined a Jewish fraternity to set a new course of conversation on campuses across the state. Williams, now Associate Vice ...
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2018
September
24,
2018
| 08:18 PM America/Chicago
Right in the center of campus, overlooking the Hall of Governors, the Governors State University Library is like the living room of the university—a welcoming place for faculty, staff, and students to learn and explore in the midst of art. A high-...
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May
08,
2018
| 09:57 PM America/Chicago
It’s been less than a year since Charles Pustz joined the Information Technology Services (ITS) team at Governors State University, but he admits they are already thinking about next year. “I ask them all the time, ‘What can we do to change the ga...
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April
16,
2018
| 08:19 PM America/Chicago
Ask Governors State University’s Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Aurélio Valente about his career in higher education administration, and the conversation quickly swings to golf. Growing up in a town where most people gradua...
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April
01,
2018
| 09:12 PM America/Chicago
Governors State University (GSU) Athletic Director Anthony “Tony” Bates, fresh off a historic men's basketball championship season, insists his work on the court is not about sports. “My vision is for student-athletes to come here and have a great...
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March
19,
2018
| 08:47 PM America/Chicago
For Will Davis, fundraising for Governors State University is personal. “As a child, I would accompany my late father to night school,’’ said Davis, sitting in his office on the top floor of GSU, where he is Vice President for Institutional Advanc...
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February
26,
2018
| 11:54 PM America/Chicago
Jun Zhao, the great-granddaughter of a prominent philosopher, feels privileged to share one bit of cultural wisdom with Governors State University business students. “‘I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand,’ that’s one o...
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February
21,
2018
| 04:45 PM America/Chicago
Dr. Elizabeth “Beth” Cada moved frequently across the country as a child, following her father’s climb up the corporate ladder. It was her mother who led Cada and her sister to lives of service. “My mother, the first in her family to attend colleg...
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February
06,
2018
| 10:04 PM America/Chicago
When Dr. Catherine Balthazar recalls the special toddler, her eyes get misty, and words stick in her throat. Jayden* was just over two years old when Catherine, then a young speech pathologist, began working with his family. His parents were disco...
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January
30,
2018
| 10:53 PM America/Chicago
Dr. Andrae Marak studies borders. With an emphasis on North America, he traces the flow of licit and illicit goods, peoples, and ideas from one nation to another. He also studies indigenous populations, especially those whose ancestral homelands tran...
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January
22,
2018
| 11:40 PM America/Chicago
Although he wrangles numbers like a statistician, Dr. David Rhea is a communication expert. “One of the enigmas of the communication discipline is that we have social science scholars, we have critical analysis scholars, and then there are also th...
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