Suzanne will discuss the comprehensive vision that has shaped the Grand Rapids we see today.
Carolyn Ulstad, '11, received the 2017 Young Alumni Award for her rippling Laker Effect. She studied geography, planning, and environmental science at GV, and went on to work with the Macatawa Area Coordinating Council (MACC).
a conversation with Tommy Remengesau (�79), President of the Republic of Palau
A Grand Valley student spent his summer in New York City, aiding the Department of City Planning in its initiatives to provide more affordable housing to city residents.
This presentation will explore city building processes and the shaping of the built environment across the Detroit region. Dimensions of class, race and local culture are explored in development processes as are the resulting impacts of socioeconomic and
Grand Valley State University Geography and Sustainable Planning alumni, Carolyn Ulstad, is Holland's Sustainability Rockstar. She works to protect the environment meanwhile attracting new residents.
The Geography and Sustainable Planning Department has restructured its major program in order to meet industry needs, and better equip students with the necessary skills to succeed in their careers.
Heartwell, community sustainability coordinator for the Office of Sustainability Practices, will discuss these strategies during an upcoming presentation Tuesday, February 21. "Beyond the Paris Accords: Adaptation Planning and Local Government" will take
Dr. Cole gives presentation at annual East Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers meeting
"Beyond Belief: Religious Dogma in World Regional Geography Texts, 1955-2017"
Six GVSU students are spending their fall semester in Detroit, immersed in a program that focuses on the city's history, culture and community activism.