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Grand Valley professor inducted into prestigious public relations organization

November 15, 2018

The Public Relations Society of America recently inducted new members into its prestigious College of Fellows, one of which was a Grand Valley faculty member.

Homecoming regent takes initiative in and out of classroom

November 15, 2018

To Lavar Green-Jackson, being a leader is about contributing ideas and taking initiative both in the classroom and in the community. To honor his role as a leader at Grand Valley, Green-Jackson was selected as the 2018 homecoming regent.

Cindy Laug to retire

November 13, 2018

Cindy Laug (Administrative Assistant for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences) has announced that she will be finishing her notable career at Grand Valley on January 2, 2019. 

Students to break down the bear necessities during performances of "Jungle Book"

November 5, 2018

Grand Valley students will adhere to the �Law of the Jungle� when they perform a play that�s a newer take on the beloved Disney classic film �The Jungle Book.�

Repair Clinic Makes 50 Repairs and More

October 25, 2018

The Repair Clinic held last night in Holton Hooker Living and Learning Center helped many Lakers keep it together at this busy time of the term.  17 volunteers from the faculty and staff made over 50 successful repairs to backpacks, clothing, pencil cases

GVSU researcher receives environmental award for PFAS work

October 18, 2018

Rick Rediske, a researcher at Grand Valley's Annis Water Resources Institute, has been selected to receive the 2018 CR Evenson Award from the West Michigan Environmental Action Council.

Faculty-student research team tests shoes, running economy

October 12, 2018

Since the spring, Jordan Juzwiak, a senior majoring in exercise science, has spent hours monitoring runners on a treadmill to determine if the shoes they are wearing improve their running economy.

Visual thinking workshop connects art, health professions for students

October 10, 2018

Standing before a painting and discussing with classmates what they see is status quo for students majoring in visual arts. 

GVSU receives $1 million grant to study impact of climate change on Arctic vegetation

October 5, 2018

A CLAS faculty member has been awarded a $1 million grant by the National Science Foundation to work with students to study the impact climate change has on vegetation in the Arctic tundra.

Origins of ancient Eurasian Nomadic Warriors

October 4, 2018

Professor Alex Nikitin of the Biology Department is co-author on a paper published in Science Advances today, October 3. The paper deals with the genetic analysis of ancient warrior societies from the Great Eurasian Steppe.



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