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"There are several things I love about teaching at Grand Valley, but I have to say one of the best things about teaching at Grand Valley is the students. They are very respectful and they make teaching a lot more rewarding." - Thuy Simpson, Finance Department See more

Events

China in Western Minds

China in Western Minds

Tomorrow, 7am - 7pm
From early Roman trade contact through the Silk Road to the modern television comedy Fresh Off the Boat, China has asserted its influence upon western culture, philosophy, and the decorative arts in a myriad of ways. China in Western Minds explores this phenomenon and provides a striking overview...
Paya Lliklla, Las Tejedoras de Chari, Peru:  Reweaving Tradition in the 21st Century

Paya Lliklla, Las Tejedoras de... Chari, Peru: Reweaving Tradition in the 21st Century

Tomorrow, 7am - 7pm
In the Andean mountain village of Chari, Peru, a weaving cooperative of indigenous women are changing the structure of their lives. The weavers who make up Paya Lliklla utilize handicraft skills to fabricate woven trade goods marketed to clients well outside their local boundaries. Weaving...
Nothing New Under the Sun

Nothing New Under the Sun

Tomorrow, 8am - 5pm
Electric cars and wind turbines really aren't the newest thing in renewable energy technology! Beginning in the late 19th and early 20th centuries a special group of inventors began exploring the potentials for harnessing the energy of the wind and sun. Discover the results of their experiments...

News

21st annual Summer Film Project wraps production

21st annual Summer Film Project wraps production

"The Lens" filmed for six consecutive days around West Michigan.
Summer Scholars, McNair Scholars ready for showcase

Summer Scholars, McNair Scholars ready for... showcase

Twenty-five students in the Student Summer Scholars (S3) program and 16 McNair Scholars will present research... on topics ranging from muscle performance to operettas in the 1880s to genetic variations in bats during the annual Student Summer Scholars Showcase.
Alumna wins top national twirling competition

Alumna wins top national twirling competition

Moriah Muscaro, '15, bested 47 college twirlers to be crowned College Miss Majorette of America.