The Michigan Cares for Tourism project received the 2016 Governor's Award for Innovative Tourism Collaboration
The Michigan Cares for Tourism project is a partnership among Grand Valley and Michigan tourism organizations that brings together Grand Valley students and industry professionals to help restore Michigan's historic attractions.
A delegation of representatives from the Beautiful Foundation in Korea visited Grand Valley June 22 to learn about nonprofit services and philanthropy at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy and the School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration.
Dean Grant visits the WGVU Morning Show
The Grand Valley campus community is mourning the death of James (Jim) Edwards II, a former executive director of the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy, who died June 27.
Our College of Community and Public Service Johnson Center for Philanthropy Community Research Initiative (CRI) now handles the Youth Community Data Center (YCDC).
More than 30 staff members and intern from GVSU Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy took part in an all-day volunteer trip to Camp Blodgett.
Event with GVSU Criminal Justice Police Academy expert, Mr. Williamson Wallace