College-bound students and their families can get help applying for financial aid during College Goal Sunday, February 14.
John Beyrle, Grand Valley alumnus and former ambassador to the Russian Federation, was awarded the Hauenstein Fellowship Medal.
The Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies established an internship fund in memory of Dave Feenstra, who died in December following an accident at his family's greenhouse.
Grand Valley launched a new branding campaign in February and university leaders hope prospective students, supporters and others will experience the "Laker Effect."
Eight new campus departments were designated "Certified Healthy" by the Health and Wellness team within Human Resources.
The Hauenstein Center will host Brian Flanagan, director of the Sanger Leadership Center at the University of Michigan.
Laker basketball games took on an international flair in late January through a partnership between Athletics and the Padnos International Center.
The West Michigan economy is "flat, but meekly positive," according to a GVSU economist.
Grand Valley will expand its Master of Public Health and Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences programs to the university's regional center in Traverse City.
From February 7-April 2, Grand Valley will compete in the national competition for the ninth year in a row.