GVSU at 60: The untold stories
People who have lived, learned and worked at Grand Valley tell their favorite memories as part of the university's 60th anniversary.
Math Making a Difference
David Austin found the right angle during a meeting with City of Grand Rapids leaders: applied math students who can help with real-world problems.
GVSU celebrates 60 years
The university may have celebrated an anniversary, but it's the campus community members who received gifts in the form of untold stories.
Delivering serious medical news
The unique training simulation paired health and theater students to practice delivering bad news to patients or their family members.
Going for goals
Darline Radamaker once played for the Haitian National Team in an under-20 tournament against a U.S. team that included 2015 World Cup champions.
New appreciation for the sound of music
Teaching piano while being socially distant has provided even more lessons about how the instrument sounds.
Engineering students earn honors for digital design that could provide clean drinking water
Three students placed second in a prestigious competition by designing a device that would harvest fog for drinking water.
What started as a casual conversation over beers morphed into a collaboration between a Grand Valley class and one of the nation's largest breweries.
Many Lakers found new hobbies or returned to old interests to keep busy during the COVID-19 pandemic, including Kennedy Mauro, who learned flow art with a hoop.
The President's Page
Spring bring rejuvenation and a time to look forward. President Mantella celebrates the season and students and faculty who helped the university thrive during the pandemic.
Rowing graduate focuses on paying it back
Shane Szalai '95 was a member of the Laker rowing team and said his teammates and experiences created great memories, which is why he decided to pay it forward,
Public administration graduate leads Michigan's COVID-19 vaccination efforts
Elizabeth Hertel was appointed to lead the state's Department of Health and Human Services as the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations started to ramp up.