CECI partners with local school districts to develop teachers

A collaboration between GVSU's College of Education and Community Innovation and three West Michigan school districts aims to help more than 300 professionals obtain advanced teaching credentials or a teaching certificate.

Sep 27, 2023

Faye Richardson-Green speaks with students during her honors seminar class.

Faye Richardson-Green will share life experiences in lecture series

The talk opens the 2023-2024 Wheelhouse Talks and the Meijer Lecture Series, which present leaders from a variety of backgrounds to share their philosophies and expertise with the Grand Valley community.

Sep 26, 2023

Lin Bardwell, assistant director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, left, laughs with students Carson Brunette and Kelly Elswick, center, during a Maajtaadaa! Orientation event August 20 in the new space in North C.

New space gives Native American students a place to host events, build community

As Grand Valley begins Native American Heritage Month celebrations, Native students have a new space to find community.

Sep 26, 2023

Growing Michigan Together invites students to share strategies for Michigans future

Improved transportation, affordable tuition and more opportunities to access Michigan's natural beauty were among the priorities of GVSU students.

Sep 25, 2023

Climate change education the focus of upcoming lecture, summit and family fun day

The events offer several opportunities this fall for the community to engage.

Sep 25, 2023

Philanthropic Detroit couple opens doors to education for 400 new students

Nearly 400 new students have enrolled at Grand Valley this year largely because of the generosity of a Detroit couple who have expanded access to education for students from working-class families.

Sep 22, 2023

GVSU Tech Talks highlight work by faculty, staff

GVSU experts in cybersecurity, bioinformatics, artificial intelligence and extended reality gave a glimpse into their groundbreaking work and technology.

Sep 20, 2023

Constitution Day speaker: Founding Fathers wanted active legislative branch in religious freedom cases

Vincent Phillip Muñoz, the Tocqueville Professor of Political Science and Concurrent Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame, discussed the intent of the Founding Fathers when it came to the First Amendment and the Establishment Clause.

Sep 20, 2023

GVSU kicks off Tech Week with an immersive showcase from PCEC

Grand Valley kicked off its offerings for Tech Week GR September 19 with an immersive display of projects, collaborations and partnerships that stem from the Padnos College of Engineering and Design.

Sep 19, 2023