After 13 years at Grand Valley, countless selfies with students, visits to Lansing to meet with legislators and handshakes with new graduates, President Thomas J. Haas looks ahead at retirement.
From New Zealand to Grand Rapids and from snakes to butterflies, Grand Valley professors and students have conducted research on endangered or threatened species.
Public health faculty and students have teamed with a community group in Lowell to offer wellness camps for elementary students.
Departments team to help more students, particularly students from under-represented backgrounds, study abroad.
Alumni created University Wits in 2012, a nonprofit organization that provides local theater enthusiasts an opportunity to learn and grow in the craft of performing arts.
Kyle Barnes, a former collegiate runner and avid marathoner, is studying running economy in a multi-part study that includes testing the Nike Vapor Fly.
Torrey Thomas takes pride in 20 years of fulfillment as dancer, choreographer, teacher; and he shares a story about touring with Aretha Franklin.
Michele Schallip is the executive officer on a U.S. Coast Guard cutter; she discusses how her master's degree helps her lead on the ship, and how the Haases welcomed her to the Coast Guard family.
Watch a video of how these water droplets with iconic Grand Valley symbols are photographed.
Alumni reflect on their personal connections with President Haas.
Led by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, Grand Valley athletes have raised $10,000 or more in each of the past three years for Make-A-Wish® Michigan.
The Alumni Association presents four awards annually; current recipients and award descriptions are detailed.