Grand Valley's wrestling program returns to varsity status following a generous gift from a Laker Hall of Famer and his family.
Anthony Manganaro, an East Coast entrepreneur and Grand Valley supporter, died August 20 at age 79. He leaves a legacy of opening doors for students.
Even while competing, Laker alumni and current students supported each other during a week of events leading to the finale in Muskegon.
The Showcase highlighted programs and initiatives that are propelling GVSU toward its Reach Higher commitments.
For three seasons, Scott Wooster was the offensive line/tight end coach and run game coordinator.
The work culminated in a national convening, hosted by Grand Valley, which highlighted the best ideas and provided students with a chance to upvote their favorite REP4 prototypes.
The GVSU Arts Celebration returns to share free arts-related events with the community.
Leaders from BHSH System and Grand Valley announced an innovative partnership with the creation of the BHSH Spectrum Health West Michigan Nurse Scholar program.
Elias Sanchez found his path at Traverse City Regional Center.
The selection of Stacie R. Behler follows the announcement of Matt McLogan's retirement after 35 years of service.
Cornell Mann focuses on three pillars for success: connect, prepare and lead.
The facility houses one of the largest interprofessional, comprehensive simulation centers in Michigan.
Four people new to Michigan stepped into leadership roles on campus in the fall semester.
Volunteer networks of students, faculty and staff members continue to assist Michigan residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With Michigan's governor on campus, President Philomena V. Mantella announced an accelerated program that will help adults complete their bachelor's degrees and enhance productivity.
Playing football may not exactly be brain surgery, but pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Kaine Onwuzulike said the two have more in common than people may think.
Grand Valley's Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Philomena V. Mantella as the university's fifth president on January 22 during a special board meeting in Allendale. (video)
In July, nine students from Grand Valley's School of Computing and Information Systems studied at Zurich University of Applied Sciences; then 12 students from ZHAW came to Grand Valley.