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How climate change, millennials and tainted donors are impacting philanthropy

Climate change, millennials in the workforce and tainted donors are changing the nonprofit sector.

GVSU researcher lead author of large-scale study finding disruptive behaviors may lead to poorer romantic relationships

Mikhila Wildey said the findings suggest not overlooking such behaviors in romantic partners.

Biology researchers studying if bats can help control pests at apple orchards

The research has received backing from a grant awarded through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Anthropology faculty member, student use emerging technique to determine age of skulls

The findings will be added to a growing body of research.

Alumna part of team winning Ig Nobel prize for key discovery about wombat scat

The annual awards are presented each September at Harvard University.

GVSU study: Kent Co. parks generate $33 million in economic activity

The study shows 1.4 million people visited one of the 42 parks, greenspaces or trails in 2018.

Are natural drugs better? Grand Valley faculty member part of research showing consumers swayed by that notion

The findings show the role that emotion can play in health decisions, according to experts.

GVSU professor: Space exploration and religion have a long shared history

Deana Weibel has done extensive research on religion and space exploration.

Geology faculty member studying climate change through National Science Foundation grant

A faculty member is part of a team of researchers examining warm climates in the geologic past.

Five faculty members highlighted on national public radio segment

Five Grand Valley faculty members were highlighted for their research on "The Academic Minute."