Division News & Statements


Next CRP selection studies faith, immigration issues

May 4, 2016

The Community Reading Project selection for the next academic year will challenge readers on issues of religious faith and identity, immigration and interfaith connections. (Article by Michele Coffill)

Affinity group hosts graduation celebration

April 25, 2016

The Asian Faculty and Staff Association held its first Asian Student Graduation Celebration April 14 at Kennedy Hall.

Women's Center hosts EqualiTEA

April 11, 2016

The campus community enjoyed an afternoon of the centuries-old tradition of combining tea parties with conversations about politics and literature March 31 in the Kirkhof Center.

Heartwell receives interfaith leadership award

April 6, 2016

George Heartwell, former mayor of Grand Rapids, received the 2016 Sylvia Kaufman Interfaith Leadership Award during a special ceremony March 30.

Grand Valley to host traditional pow wow

April 5, 2016

An event to increase awareness about Native American traditions and culture through ceremony, song and dance will take place April 9-10 at Grand Valley State University.

Pride Awards honor LGBT community influencers

April 1, 2016

Grand Valley�s Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center hosted the Pride Awards March 30 to celebrate and honor those who made a positive impact on the LGBT community this academic year.

Campus organizations honor women leaders

March 31, 2016

Grand Valley's Women's Commission honored faculty and staff members during the Celebrating Women Awards ceremony March 29 in the Kirkhof Center.

Campus event will honor César Chávez

March 28, 2016

A poet, community organizer and artist from Chicago will give a presentation March 30 in celebration of César Chávez Day.

Sigal Lecture to address racial and interfaith justice

March 24, 2016

The founder and executive director of the Faith Matters Network will visit Grand Valley Wednesday, March 30, to discuss racial justice and how religious communities together can respond to injustices.

Climate survey results in, next steps detailed

March 23, 2016

Preliminary results from the 2015 myGVSU Climate Survey showed that 87 percent of members of the Grand Valley community reported feeling �comfortable� or �very comfortable� living, learning and working on campus.

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