Kyra Harris Bolden '10 said an injustice that happened to her family three generations ago fueled her to go to law school, which led to her appointment as a justice on Michigan's Supreme Court.
Summer brings a heightened pace of work and study for these busy Lakers.
As environmental academic programs increase, the GVSU network has expanded to offer resources to the K-12 and wider community.
The Johnson Center celebrates 30 years as operating as a leading resource for national foundations and nonprofits.
From the highest court in Michigan to schools across the nation, our campus community is helping to shape a brighter future for generations to come.
The Showcase highlighted programs and initiatives that are propelling GVSU toward its Reach Higher commitments.
As the elder statesman among Laker coaches, Baltes will enter his 25th season as the head coach of the men's and women's cross country and track and field programs.
The new Johnson Center executive director had served as chief executive of the Fiat Chrysler Foundation and JPMorgan Chase and its legacy companies' foundations.
Students learned the importance of essential health habits and physical activity for educating the whole child at this unique developmental stage.
The GVSU Alumni Network helped two recent graduates launch their careers.
Deborah Rotman '93 honored her great-grandfather, Eugene Tenbrink, by establishing a scholarship to assist other first-generation students.
Even while competing, Laker alumni and current students supported each other during a week of events leading to the finale in Muskegon.