The COVID-19 pandemic created an extraordinary opportunity for Grand Valley experts to offer materials and resources to support K-12 students and teachers across the globe.
University leaders monitored the four Ts (tracking, technology, testing and tracing) as students moved back to campus and the fall semester started amid challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 400 student veterans on campus represent a small segment of the population, yet they have received increased attention over the years from university leaders.
Computer science students will have increased access to a growing program designed to give real-world experiences, thanks to the university's first Innovation Fund grant.
This is the story of an immigrant who settled in West Michigan, withstood the isolation of a pandemic, and celebrated the beauty found in his local surroundings.
Four people new to Michigan stepped into leadership roles on campus in the fall semester.
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.
Tim Evans peppers his presentations and conversations about botany with a folksy vibe, pop cultural references and even somersaulting, all to heighten interest in plants.
The Sustainable Agriculture Project, the university's educational farm, has donated more than 500 pounds of produce to support communities impacted by COVID-19.
The owner of Matthew LaVere Photography is a self-professed gearhead who loves the problem-solving that comes with high-profile photo shoots.
Brian '08, '14 & Olubunmi (Bunmi) Parks '08, '13 work in Detroit and maintain ties to Grand Valley through support of a scholarship.
President Philomena V. Mantella discusses the opportunities a challenging semester bring.