More than 16,000 pieces of art reside in Grand Valley's permanent collection, many of which have found a home at the university after competing in ArtPrize.
Tourists and residents explore Grand Rapids for its diverse activities, from art and food to history and music. It's a city full of creativity and growth, where new businesses can thrive.
A Haitian proverb that roughly translates to "The tall tree sees far, but the wandering seed sees more," served as the theme for a study abroad trip taken by a group of Lakers to Haiti.
Elena Brownell was shaking a bit as she carefully walked along the suspended ropes course high above the floor of the two-story therapeutic recreation lab in Raleigh J. Finkelstein Hall.
Jesse Bernal, vice president for Inclusion and Equity, taught Gabriela (Gaby) Dittrich, a graduate student, the art of making homemade tortillas during a demonstration at Sur La Table.
Step into any hospital unit and you'll likely hear a symphony of alarms that are coming from loud speakers, patient bedsides and from devices around the necks of nurses.
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.
Several Grand Valley alumni are helping lead a transportation revolution, working to change how people move as they work, play, shop and relax.
Rick Rediske, an environmental chemist and researcher at Grand Valley's Annis Water Resources Institute, is an expert on PFAS and their characteristics.
Leslie Riley is a teacher for Grand Rapids Public Schools and an Alumni Champion. Her family of active Lakers believes in giving back and supporting others.
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.
As a process development chemist for Gentex Corporation in Zeeland, Autumn Goulet, '10, conducts product research and development.