Students' research helps struggling Michigan tourism industry

In an effort to help rebuild the state's tourism industry, HTM students conducted visitor research for Convention and Visitor Bureaus (CVBs) across the state.

Jan 25, 2021


Exterior of Battle Creek Regional Center

Faculty and staff sketches

Faculty and staff members who have given virtual presentations, interviews or had their research published are detailed.

Jan 25, 2021

A portrait of a person playing a video game.

Hobbies bring GVSU community members joy, help connect virtually

Whether it was finding a new hobby or reigniting passion for an old one, some members of the Grand Valley community found their pastime became an avenue to bring joy in a difficult time, connect with people, or a way to stay productive.

Jan 25, 2021


Virus Action Team Update: Testing, self-assessment critical to successful semester

Regular testing of the Grand Valley community is a critical part of GVSU's efforts to control the spread of COVID-19.

Jan 21, 2021


Provost names acting dean for KCON

Lola Coke has been appointed as acting dean of the Kirkhof College of Nursing, taking over leadership of the college as Cynthia McCurren accepted a role as dean of nursing for the University of Michigan-Flint.

Jan 21, 2021


GVSU poet: While captivating an audience, Amanda Gorman also met towering literary expectations unique to inaugural poems

Amorak Huey, associate professor of writing, said poems are meaningful because they make people pause.

Jan 21, 2021


GVSU community mourns death of longtime accounting professor

Steve Goldberg, a longtime accounting professor and former director of the School of Accounting, died January 19.

Jan 20, 2021



GVSU mourns the death of longtime university supporter

Mary Ann Keeler, one of Grand Valley's founders and a longtime supporter of the university, died on January 14. She was 95.

Jan 19, 2021


White House correspondent delivers message of 'moving forward' during community MLK event

On the same day National Guard troops surrounded the nation's Capitol building following a siege, a White House correspondent gave a message of hope as she reflected on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Jan 18, 2021