Academics & Research

Faculty member's op-ed on "flipped learning" featured in national education publication

Robert Talbert's article, "Flipped Learning Can Be a Key to Transforming Teaching and Learning Post-Pandemic," was posted online by EdSurge, a publication that covers education and the future of learning.

Apr 15, 2021


Audiology graduate students serve patients in new, on-campus clinic

Graduate students earning a Doctor of Audiology degree at Grand Valley are now able to serve patients in a newly opened clinic on the Health Campus in downtown Grand Rapids.

Apr 14, 2021


GVSU economics expert: Local recovery strengthens

Brian Long said although the 2021 economy is poised to grow at the fastest rate in more than 60 years, questions about the 2022 and 2023 economies are beginning to emerge.

Apr 8, 2021


SSD at 25: Students discover passion for research

More than 13,700 Grand Valley students have presented their research since the event was established in 1996.

Apr 6, 2021


French faculty member to receive civic honor from France

Dan Golembeski is going to be inducted as a "Chevalier of the Academic Palms."

Apr 2, 2021


Dancing for life: GVSU physical education experts say coaxing K-12 students' dance creativity in class can encourage lifelong movement

The approach strays from conventional methods for teaching dance in physical education classes.

Mar 25, 2021


David Eisenhower: Those in the generation of his grandfather and Ralph Hauenstein 'saved civilization'

Eisenhower spoke during an event honoring what would have been Hauenstein's 109th birthday.

Mar 18, 2021


Nursing, PAS students play active role at COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Grand Valley nursing and physician assistant studies students are helping to combat COVID-19 by administering vaccinations in Kent and Ottawa counties.

Mar 1, 2021


Grad student's research on addressing teen risk behaviors takes top honors at thesis competition

Darby Disselkoen, a graduate student pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, won first place at the sixth annual 3-Minute Thesis Competition with her presentation, "Teen Risk: The Providerýs Responsibility?"

Feb 22, 2021


Increased access to Medicaid coverage helps keep formerly incarcerated people from returning to prison, GVSU researcher finds

Former prisoners who qualify for expanded Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are more likely to receive treatment for addiction and are less likely to return to prison, said a Grand Valley researcher.

Feb 18, 2021