The Grand Valley community is mourning the death of Patricia B. Johnson, founding president of the Community Foundation for Muskegon County, a longtime supporter of Grand Valley and dedicated philanthropist.
Grand Valley State University and the West Michigan community mourn the death of Joseph Stevens, who died Saturday, December 17. He would have been 94 in January. Through the efforts of Grand Valley President Emeritus Arend D. Lubbers, Stevens' wartime experiences were published in the book, Good Morning, in 2001.
The Grand Valley State University community mourns the loss of Fred Meijer.
When Mary Seeger and Bill Baum started a campaign to encourage faculty and staff members to support scholarships for students, they couldn't have imagined the impact of the legacy they were building.
President Thomas J. Haas named Karen Loth interim vice president for University Development.
Prior to giving a Frederik Meijer Lecture presentation, Bonnie Wesorick met with nursing students and asked them why they chose to become a healer.
National and state data show that Grand Valley State University continues to excel in the areas of graduation rates, alumni working in Michigan and keeping down the cost of a college degree. The university issued its fifth Accountability Report at its November 4 Board of Trustees meeting.
A nursing leader and entrepreneur in the field of transformative patient care will give the Frederik Meijer Lecture in early November at Grand Valley.
A rambunctious, comedic evening of seduction and mishap told through the dramatic exuberance of flamenco music and song, pantomime and dance is next up during Fall Arts Celebration at Grand Valley.
The unveiling of a special, poetry-inspired gift to Grand Valley State University from the Meijer Foundation will follow the Fall Arts Celebration Poetry Night on Friday.