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.
President Thomas J. Haas congratulated volunteers at the March 16 Faculty and Staff Campaign celebration on the success of this year's campaign, which is running ahead of last year's pace.
Steve Ford, son of President Gerald R. Ford, accepted the first Col. Ralph W. Hauenstein Fellowship award in honor of his father.
To kick off March as Women's History Month, the achievements of women students, faculty and staff members were celebrated at an awards banquet sponsored by the Women's Commission.
Nancy Baum, a Grand Valley friend and educator, died February 28. A memorial service is planned for Sunday, March 6, at 3 p.m., at the former Christ Community Church, now C3 Exchange, 225 East Exchange Street, in Spring Lake, with arrangements by Clock Funeral Home.
A first-time collaboration between Grand Valley's Opera Theatre and the GR Ballet Company brings an opportunity to experience both art forms during two entertaining productions geared to families: "Mother Goose" and "The Boy Who Wouldn't Do His Homework."