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Laker Familia, other resources help student leader feel comfortable on campus

First-generation student said diversity was important when choosing a college.

English professor's academic journal expands viewpoints on autism

Rob Rozema founded the journal, "Ought," which includes both scholarly and creative works.

Face covering protocols developed after input from campus focus groups

Protocols were developed with public health experts, campus focus groups and senior leadership.

Volunteer networks expand tutoring services, assist with food distribution during COVID-19

Free tutoring services available to all K-12 Michigan students; food distribution continues weekly.

Grand Valley well-positioned to help students, new board chair says

Higher education helps people shape their lives, said GV Board of Trustees chair Megan Sall.

Incident Management Team update 

Facilities is using an antimicrobial product as part of the campus cleaning and sanitation process.

Working nurses advance their education at KCON, deepen commitment to health care in underserved areas

The DNP students are part of a cohort funded by a $2.7 million federal grant.

Art in the time of a pandemic: How Mathias Alten's isolation was reflected in his work

World events kept Alten, who was inspired by global travels, close to home in Michigan.

Truss selected to participate in national higher education leadership initiative

B. Donta Truss was selected by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.

Lack of cash poses risks to many Michigan nonprofits, but foundations may be able to increase distributions

A lack of cash on hand is putting many Michigan nonprofits at risk, according to the Johnson Center.