As the first educator on the Medical Mile, Grand Valley deepens its impact by opening the DCIH.
Tour the building and learn why students in health professions say the DCIH labs and its technology will enhance their learning and prepare them for the workforce.
The 17 classrooms and 12 labs in DCIH are equipped to create interprofessional team environments and encourage collaboration.
More than 400 pieces of artwork in the DCIH were selected for their ability to prompt people to think and encourage them to ponder the human connection.
President Mantella: The active learning on our Health Campus exemplifies GVSU's commitment to community impact.
The lead donors for the DCIH reflect on their family's partnership with Grand Valley and their inspiration to support health professions.
The fact Gary Chopp survived a skydiving accident while he attended Grand Valley in the 1970s is remarkable.
Learn more about the high-tech features of the largest, comprehensive simulation center in Michigan from the director.
Koda's main responsibilities are to attend gatherings like football games and large-scale events, and to connect and engage with the campus community.
Three Grand Valley graduates who worked in the Fieldhouse as students to support Athletics have taken that culture of excellence with them in their roles in professional or college sports.
With more than 131,000 alumni, you are never far from a fellow Laker.
Meet four people who received awards from the Alumni Association for service to their community or to Grand Valley.