Names of three Laker veterans inscribed on GVSU Memorial Garden wall; ceremony held to honor them

The lives and service of Joseph Early, Adam Forbes and Baron Klein were commemorated.

May 24, 2024


A person gestures toward a poster board while talking to others.

Laker Accelerated Talent Link successes celebrated as first cohort finishes, moves ahead

Students also gave presentations on their experiences to those who attended the May 23 event.

May 23, 2024

Students with University Prep Science and Math in Detroit pull weeds at Belle Isle Park.

Nonprofit with GVSU roots unites volunteers for projects across Michigan

Michigan Cares for Tourism, a nonprofit founded by a GVSU faculty member, has been organizing restoration projects at parks and recreation areas across the state since 2012.

May 23, 2024


Financial institutions invest time, funds in TRIO Upward Bound seniors

Mercantile Bank and Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis have committed $25,000 annually for three years for seniors participating in a Money Masters program.

May 23, 2024


New Lake + Valley clothing line celebrates West Michigan's natural beauty

Breathtaking lakes, sunrises and more scenes from West Michigan’s landscape are celebrated through the new clothing line.

May 22, 2024


K-12 Connect becomes a nonprofit, rebrands as EQPD

The program, which offers high-impact tutoring and other services, was launched by GVSU in 2020.

May 22, 2024


Three faculty earn Fulbright Scholar, Specialist awards

Joel Stillerman will spend a semester at Universidad Central de Chile; Jeffrey Kelly Lowenstein and Ranelle Brew each received specialist awards for short-term assignments.

May 21, 2024


Hauenstein Center to host annual conference for veterans

The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies welcomes veterans, mental health advocates, counselors and caregivers to its annual Hidden Wounds of War Conference on May 23 at the DeVos Center on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

May 20, 2024


K-12 students exhibit environmental projects at Groundswell showcase

Grand Rapids area K-12 students unveiled their environmental research at the annual Groundswell Student Project Showcase at the DeVos Center on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus this week.

May 16, 2024


Grand Valley, Hauenstein Center part of coalition to host debates this fall

A coalition of universities and civic and economic organizations aim to host a series of regional debates to help voters gain a deeper understanding on the policies and platforms from candidates seeking statewide office.

May 15, 2024