The Division of Inclusion and Equity may be housed on the fourth floor of Zumberge Hall, yet its reach touches nearly all aspects of living, working and learning at Grand Valley.
Lakers represent all 50 states and 84 different countries; and for many, being a Laker is all in the family.
On a top level of the Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences, a group of students and staff members can be found building and testing new product ideas that could better human health and well-being.
John Records Landecker can look back on a storied career as a radio broadcaster, entertaining millions of listeners around the U.S. and Canada for more than 50 years.
Lakers teach Lakers how to recycle, compost
Alumna spreads smiles throughout the world skating with Disney on Ice
Student hunts severe storms to help improve advance warning systems
Extreme endurance a lifestyle for marathon man
The Distinguished Alumni Award, Outstanding Educator Award, Alumni Service Award, and Young Alumni Award are presented annually by the Alumni Association.
While still a student at Grand Valley, Davide Uccello, '13, started a business with his older brother, Dan. Dan was 24 and Davide was just 19.
Layna, '13, and Andrew, '13, Buthker both earned master's degrees in taxation and work for Plante Moran. The public accounting firm is one of many corporations that match employee gifts.