Four awardees will be celebrated during Homecoming.
The GVSU Alumni Network helped two recent graduates launch their careers.
A product launched by The Patient Company was initially designed by engineering students.
Five Lakers were recognized for their commitment to the university and their positive impact on their professions and society.
Led by a career coach, the communities equipped alumni with skills that increased their confidence and helped them take the next career step.
Alumni returned to campus on October 30, or connected virtually, during Homecoming, showing what it truly means to be a Laker for a Lifetime.
Meet four people who received awards from the Alumni Association for service to their community or to Grand Valley.
GVSU is ready to help the newest graduates reach their goals.
The directory highlights alumni business owners, while providing members of the GVSU community with the opportunity to conduct business with fellow Lakers.
More than 2,600 alumni completed the 2020 survey created by the Alumni Relations team. Results provide the university with a better understanding of alumni expectations.
To help keep alumni connected during the COVID-19 pandemic, Alumni Relations created a 'Virtual Community' webpage and compiled videos, webinars, podcasts and other at-home activities.
80 participants learned about design thinking, a process used for creative problem solving, and how it applies to their daily work.
Lakers returned to Grand Valley October 25-27 for homecoming events and activities.
Nearly 140 alumni volunteers returned to Allendale to help students settle into their new living spaces and show them what it truly means to be a Laker for a Lifetime.
During Community Outreach Week, more than 860 Lakers shared their Laker Effect with communities across the country.
Alumni reflect on their personal connections with President Haas.
The Alumni Association presents four awards annually; current recipients and award descriptions are detailed.
Kimberly McKenzie, '03, is the senior judicial assistant to longtime U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Homecoming events are featured, including the golden reunion for the class of 1968.
Grand Valley welcomed the newest Lakers to their home away from home on August 20, when 125 alumni volunteers came out to the Allendale Campus to help students settle into their new living spaces.
Community Outreach Week truly demonstrates what it means to be a Laker for a Lifetime. During the week of March 24-30, more than 700 volunteers participated.
The Distinguished Alumni Award, Outstanding Educator Award, Alumni Service Award, and Young Alumni Award are presented annually by the Alumni Association.
Homecoming 2017 is shared in pictures.