Five Grand Valley students placed first in The Project 2012, a Project Management Institute collegiate competition involving six Michigan colleges and universities.
City officials and nonprofits are launching a new giving initiative called GRgives.
Alumnae who founded the student food pantry return to celebrate its new space.
A delegation of representatives from the Beautiful Foundation in Korea visited Grand Valley June 22 to learn about nonprofit services and philanthropy at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy and the School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration.
Sixteen HTM students spent two weeks in France working at the Cannes International Film Festival.
The Hospitality and Tourism Management Department has added a new emphasis in Recreation and Leisure Management.
A Columbia University professor and author will give campus and community presentations Monday, March 14, on gentrification in urban neighborhoods.
The Office of Community Engagement seeks nominations for two awards that recognize a community or university initiative that meets high engagement standards.
Several campus departments are sponsoring a screening of a documentary that highlights how a Washington high school broke the cycle of poverty and violence that affected many of its families.
Twenty-eight people graduated from the GVSU Police Academy and six graduated from the Military Police Veterans Academy.
Grand Valley will offer a new interprofessional certificate in palliative and hospice care that meets a growing need in West Michigan. Classes will begin in September.