Q & A
Jenny Hall-Jones said her most important role is to be the student voice and the students' advocate at GVSU's highest levels.
After five decades in the classroom, Pat Baker, a 1972 graduate, continues to find innovative ways to teach students in Grand Rapids Public Schools.
Learn more about the high-tech features of the largest, comprehensive simulation center in Michigan from the director.
Alena Zachery-Ross '95 has lived her family's strong belief in education while maintaining close ties to GVSU.
People who have lived, learned and worked at Grand Valley tell their favorite memories as part of the university's 60th anniversary.
He's a problem solver and likes to challenge the status quo while also challenging himself and his teams to grow and improve.
After 16 years as dean of CLAS, Fred Antczak discusses his 'ninth inning' and what it was like to lead the college through a pandemic.
Alumna is at the center of Detroit's big comeback, securing millions of dollars to transform city neighborhoods into affordable housing and restaurants.
Paul Isely has become somewhat of an economics guru. For nearly a decade, West Michigan employers have used his historically accurate economic findings to help guide their business decisions.
Jodi Chycinski, associate vice president and director of admissions, discusses the process for prospective students from application to Grand Valley to enrollment.
Kevin Patterson, '04 and '05, is a partner at BDO USA. He talks about his success and the important role Grand Valley graduates have at the accounting firm.
Rick Rediske, an environmental chemist and researcher at Grand Valley's Annis Water Resources Institute, is an expert on PFAS and their characteristics.
What does this mean? Is the project on track? How is my idea working? These are the types of questions Philip Batty answers during the course of a day. And, he's happy to research the answers.