A project led by a Grand Valley group aims to create the first archival collection of urban Native American experiences in West Michigan.
Registration is currently open for a 5k run on the Allendale Campus that will help benefit Challenging Heights, an organization in Ghana that works to rescue child slaves and reduce human trafficking.
Middle East Studies, student organizations and area colleges will host a screening of a film by Maurice Jacobsen, a Grand Rapids native who spent 16 months in the Gaza Strip.
The Padnos International Center will host its second Study Abroad Alumni Reunion.
A team of students and staff members will aim for zero waste at all home football games, starting with the home opener September 13.
A business incubator at the Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center will build the largest non-utility solar project in West Michigan.
Grand Valley is participating in a Chevrolet program to increase clean energy efforts and decrease carbon emissions.
Voting is open for the annual "PIC Pics," a photo contest for students and alumni who have participated in a study abroad program.
Grand Valley was again named one of the country's greenest universities by Sierra Club, the largest national grassroots environmental organization in the U.S.
Students in the first cohort of the Liberal Studies Leadership Program met for orientation August 12 at the DeVos Center.