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Photo of Renee Zettle-Sterling and Jen Townsend

Professor educates about a common, but overlooked artistic process through new book

Renee Zettle-Sterling collaborated on the book with Jen Townsend, a New York City-based artist.

A student tries on Medieval armor during the Paleo-Olympic Games.

Students aim to energize peers about history through Medieval activities at Paleo-Olympics

The 9th annual Paleo-Olympic Games took place September 15 on the Allendale Campus.

Photo of the 12 pins designed and crafted commemorative pins for the attendees of the Conference for U.S. Women Governors.

Laker designs and crafts commemorative pins for former women governors

The pins were presented to the attendees of the Conference for U.S. Women Governors September 8-9.

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GVSU has strong connection to national health care organization

Grand Valley has a strong connection to a national group steeped in interprofessional practice.

Spencer Wejrowski pictured at the New York City Department of City Planning.

Laker contributes to affordable housing projects in New York City

Spencer Wejrowski assisted the NYC Department of City Planning with large planning initiatives.

Spencer Rohatynski pictured with an elephant at the Kindred Spirit Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand.

Student uses digital media skills to promote elephant sanctuary

Spencer Rohatynski served as the digital media coordinator at the Kindred Spirit Elephant Sanctuary.

Grand Valley's NSAC team pictured at the AAF's ADMERICA national convention in June.

Students place in top 5 at national advertising competition

Grand Valley students bested more than 160 teams over the course of three individual competitions.

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Laker tennis player turns entrepreneur from necessity

A student athlete has merged her academic work and athletic lifestyle to create a rising business.

Jaclyn Ermoyan accepting the WMPRSA Public Relations Student of the Year award in May.

Alumna awarded national PR society's highest individual honor

Jaclyn Ermoyan, '17, will receive the Public Relations Society of America's National Gold Key award.

four women holding certificates

Nursing students earn Mary Free Bed scholarships

Four KCON students earned scholarships from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital.