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Second endowed professor of civil discourse named

November 23, 2015

The new Padnos/Sarosik Professor for Civil Discourse will bring his background in international relations and global migration to the position.

Symposium features discussion about reimagining Michigan

November 20, 2015

How can Michiganders work together to build stronger communities?

Hauenstein Center accepts $1 million gift

November 06, 2015

The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies has accepted a $1 million gift from local business leader J.C. Huizenga and his wife, Tammy, in honor of the center's namesake Ralph Hauenstein.

Harvard bioengineer to give presentations

October 12, 2015

The campus community and members of the public are invited to hear presentations from a bioengineer who is dedicated to connecting science and technology with art and social issues.

GVU Foundation names new chairs

September 30, 2015

New leadership marks a transition period for the Grand Valley University Foundation as Richard M. DeVos was named Chairman Emeritus after serving nearly 25 years as the foundation's General Chairman.

Gift allows continuation of DeVos Medical Ethics Colloquy at GVSU

June 17, 2015

Grand Valley will now host an established medical ethics speaker series thanks to a gift from the Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation.

Faculty, staff members do well at Boston Marathon

May 01, 2015

The rain and cold weather didn't hamper four faculty and staff members who completed the Boston Marathon April 20.

Consumers Energy Foundation gift will enhance student success

April 24, 2015

A gift from the Consumers Energy Foundation will enable Grand Valley to expand services at its Student Academic Success Center, including the Oliver Wilson Freshman Academy, and help ensure that students stay on track to a timely graduation.

Student's life remembered through scholarship fund

March 09, 2015

Stephanie Anne Urbanawiz, a graduate student majoring in physician assistant studies, died February 28 after battling breast cancer. She was 29.

Event will honor four alumnae

February 16, 2015

Four alumnae who were involved in Laker athletics or club sports will be honored at an event that celebrates the accomplishments of all women athletes.

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