News Highlights


Thompson Scholars celebrate community, recognize graduates

May 9, 2023

Foundation trustees visit to celebrate university's largest scholarship program

New endowed professor will focus on role civil discourse can play in polarization

December 5, 2022

Greg Warsen was selected as the new Padnos/Sarosik endowed professor of civil discourse.

Giving Tuesday focuses on nourishing students in need at Replenish

November 22, 2022

Food drive and in-person event to help restock shelves, raise awareness of campus resource

GVSU mourns death of West Michigan pastor Dennis McMurray, '85

November 4, 2022

The McMurrays established a scholarship to offer financial assistance to Grand Valley students.

Campus members will share their stories, hopes for country at next Talking Together event

October 27, 2022

"Sharing Our Stories: Moving from Division to Hope" will be held November 9 in the Eberhard Center.

Grand Valley celebrates life of longtime community philanthropist, university supporter

September 6, 2022

Tom Fox and his wife, Mickie, supported many Grand Valley initiatives for more than 30 years.

Crane places new sculpture by renowned artist on terrace of DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health

August 29, 2022

The 1,200 pound sculpture, a life-sized horse cast bronze, is by Deborah Butterfield.

GVSU names facility for Shape Corp. to celebrate longtime commitment to engineering students

August 9, 2022

The recent gift from Shape Corp. will establish an endowment for PCEC and promote innovation.

GVSU, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services partner on program providing nursing students with up to $40,000 in tuition assistance

July 26, 2022

The Pine Rest Academy will help meet a critical need for behavioral health nurses.

Students study, learn in Italy as first group of Secchia Scholars

July 13, 2022

The fund was established through the estate of Peter F. Secchia, former U.S. ambassador to Italy.

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