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Scholars give presentations at showcase

Nearly 40 students gave oral and poster presentations during the annual Summer Scholars Showcase.

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Summer research participants prepare for showcase

Nearly 40 students will present research at the Summer Scholars Showcase on Tuesday, August 1.

AWRI researchers have set up the experiment station near a dock in Spring Lake.

AWRI researchers studying phosphorus, nitrogen in Spring Lake

Researchers from Grand Valley's AWRI are conducting a series of experiments in Spring Lake.

A photograph of Ruddiman Lagoon, a freshwater estuary in Michigan.

GVSU expert: Role of freshwater in global carbon cycle needs urgent study

A Grand Valley researcher says freshwater plays a large role in global carbon cycle.

Eastern massasauga rattlesnake

GVSU snake disease research featured on National Geographic

A team of faculty and students are striving to remove a snake species from the endangered list.

A touchscreen in the wheelhouse of the D.J. Angus education and research vessel.

GVSU education vessel receives new radar, weather equipment

Grand Valley's D.J. Angus research vessel has new hardware that enhances capabilities for education.

Two peregrine falcons are currently using a nest box installed at the Eberhard Center in 2009 as a breeding nest.

Endangered falcons establish breeding nest on Eberhard Center

A nest box was installed at the Eberhard Center by faculty and students in 2009.

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GVSU undergraduate research gets national boost

Grand Valley was one of 11 institutions selected to administer the Beckman Scholars Program.

Lab manager Michael Hassett, research assistant Maggie Oudsema, and graduate student Emily Kindervater accept the watershed award from the Macatawa Area Coordinating Council.

AWRI named 2016 "Watershed Stakeholder of the Year"

AWRI has been named "Watershed Stakeholder of the Year" for its work on the Lake Macatawa watershed.

GVSU study: Zoo and public museum generate a combined $62 million

GVSU study: Zoo and public museum generate a combined $62 million

Paul Isely studied the combined economic impact of the John Ball Zoo and Grand Rapids Public Museum.