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Events

China in Western Minds

China in Western Minds

Today, 8am - 5pm
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...
Nothing New Under the Sun

Nothing New Under the Sun

Today, 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...
Great Lakes: Image & Word

Great Lakes: Image & Word

Today, 10am - 5pm
The lakes and water systems of the Great Lakes are a majestic natural resource too little known outside of our region. This exhibit features sixteen poets and visual artists — each with a connection to the Great Lakes — In artistic pairings designed to result in new collaborative...

News

Laker Effect felt all over in any season

Laker Effect felt all over in any season

Grand Valley launched a new branding campaign in February and university leaders hope prospective students, supporters... and others will experience the "Laker Effect."
Beyrle receives Hauenstein Fellowship Medal

Beyrle receives Hauenstein Fellowship Medal

John Beyrle, Grand Valley alumnus and former ambassador to the Russian Federation, was awarded the Hauenstein... Fellowship Medal.
Internship fund established in memory of Feenstra

Internship fund established in memory of Feenstra

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.