Grand Valley fittingly concluded its golden anniversary year June 8 with an announcement that will provide the university with momentum well into the next 50 years.
As an appropriate conclusion to Grand Valley's 50th anniversary, an announcement will be made that the university's first comprehensive campaign is coming to a close at the end of June and has far surpassed its original goal of $50 million.
Rich and Helen DeVos announced a challenge grant for Grand Valley's L. William Seidman Center.
Henry Kissinger and Donald Rumsfeld are just two of the more than 300 donors supporting the new L. William Seidman Center. A ground breaking ceremony will be held May 25.
Jim and Donna Brooks, longtime Holland philanthropists and Grand Valley University Foundation members, received the Russell G. Mawby Award for Philanthropy.
A Grand Valley group returned from Haiti where members toured schools to learn more about that country's education system and identify possible partner schools for a scholarship program.
Ken Burns, one of the most influential documentary filmmakers of all time, will speak at Grand Valley State University on Thursday, April 21, 7 p.m. at the L.V. Eberhard Center, 301 W. Fulton, on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.
In an email to Grand Valley students, faculty and staff, President Thomas J. Haas "set the record straight" concerning news stories about administrative costs.
The author of Grand Valley's Community Reading Project book said she was first grabbed by the story of Henrietta Lacks when she was in a high school biology class.
As part of the new Grand Valley Frederik Meijer Lecture Series, Tom Seidman will present "What's So Good About Being A Liberal (Arts Major)?" on Tuesday, April 5, at 6:30 p.m. in the Eberhard Center.