He's a problem solver and likes to challenge the status quo while also challenging himself and his teams to grow and improve.
For faculty members with academic training in issues related to a pandemic, the academic year presents a unique window for research and for sharing expertise with students.
Members of a historically Black sorority may be small in number, but they are mighty in their reach and plan to raise $450,000 for a scholarship fund.
A new program in the Seidman College of Business pairs students with business owners to help them develop or strengthen their businesses, while providing opportunities for students.
Norwood Viviano spends much time contemplating and studying cities -- their plight, their futures with climate change and how their histories shaped them.
"If something is important to you, whether you have $1 to give or $100,000, it makes a difference."
The directory highlights alumni business owners, while providing members of the GVSU community with the opportunity to conduct business with fellow Lakers.
"As we design our future, we remain committed to expanding access so the promise of a Grand Valley education is available to all learners throughout their lifetimes."
GVM staff members salute their four-legged co-workers for staying 'Pawsative' while working from home.
In Indianapolis, Anna Gremling '01 and '04 helps improve the quality of life for residents by keeping transportation moving and planning for the future.
An invention conceived by three Grand Valley staff members could play a role in helping commercial buildings use less energy in the future.
The Young Alumni Council partnered with Stir It Up Bakery to produce cookie kits for the event.