Transforming education in a low-performing district
The presence of Grand Valley in Battle Creek extends far beyond its office suite on West Michigan Avenue in the city's business district.
Coronavirus cautions impact spring on campus
President Mantella called these challenging times, and said Lakers working together will ensure essential operations continue smoothly.
From experiment to excellence
Celebrating 25 years as a pioneer in charter school education, Grand Valley authorizes 76 charter schools that serve more than 34,000 students.
Tackling Teacher Turnover
Teacher retention within the Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System has been disheartening. The College of Education is among community partners working to change that.
A chemistry professor's research on essential oils helps train dogs in a growing sport.
Callistus Eziukwu has traveled to 13 different countries for his job. While the sights, people, food and languages vary greatly, he knows he will find one constant: basketball.
The business of building people
Matching movement science and business courses led Kris Smith down the path to entrepreneurship, something she never thought possible.
Alumni have bright ideas
80 participants learned about design thinking, a process used for creative problem solving, and how it applies to their daily work.
Rising choreographer and director, with Chicago theater credits, draws lessons from his performances.
Empowering new development
Alumna is at the center of Detroit's big comeback, securing millions of dollars to transform city neighborhoods into affordable housing and restaurants.
Geology alumnus works with global team on mission to Mars
James Ashley has found his dream job: a planetary scientist and deputy science operations coordinator for NASA's InSight mission.
Alumni leader understands importance of building community and giving back
As a first-generation American, Heather Ly Zak wanted to give back to the university and community that have given her so much.