Philomena V. Mantella announced two initiatives that will strategically position Grand Valley into what she called a "breakout university" during her investiture address November 15.
Excelencia in Education, based in Washington, D.C., awarded Grand Valley its Seal of Excelencia in June for supporting Latino students. GVSU was the only Midwest institution to earn the honor.
The first-of-its-kind camp at Grand Valley focused on the real-life responsibilities of an accountant and served as a way for local business leaders to coach and develop young talent.
Exploratory study gives students who have not declared a major a plan and a positive outlook.
Joey Salamon '10 created a commissioned mural on a block-long swath of pavement in downtown Grand Rapids to commemorate Pride Month.
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.
Sarah Barnhard is the medical director of transfusion services at the University of California Davis. The 2005 graduate established a scholarship that honors her mother.
Melissa Garland has immersed herself in a sport that she believes has given her so much. She grabs ice time to practice her routine for adult skating competitions and also judges competitions.
Six people involved in Making Waves, a two-year initiative to create collaborations, events and activities centered around water are pictured, and a video about the project helps tell the story.
Brandon Barkley, former Laker basketball standout, is the player relations manager for the Dallas Mavericks.
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.
From drawing as a young child, to earning a bachelor's degree in fine arts, to developing her craft in mixed media, Aneka Ingold has always been an artist.