College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Faculty and staff sketches

Notes include the passing of a retired faculty member and accolades for a student-run program.

May 14, 2021


GVSU key partner in recently announced statewide effort to boost computer science education

Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II and other partners joined together to discuss the pilot program.

May 10, 2021


Recipients of AP Awards announced

Daniel Hylen, assistant facilities custodial supervisor, received the Administrative Professional Achievement Award.

May 10, 2021


Exercise science lab adjusts so students can still attain crucial competency

Steve Glass said he may use some of the adjustments made for the pandemic in future labs.

May 7, 2021


Faculty and staff sketches

Among accolades, are students, faculty and staff members who received Pineapple Awards from international students.

May 7, 2021


Once again, nesting peregrine falcon family making Eberhard Center home

Four chicks have hatched this week in a special nesting box created for their parents.

May 5, 2021


Biochemistry major earns competitive Goldwater Scholarship

Micah Fernando, a junior majoring in biochemistry, earned a competitive Goldwater Scholarship, a national award that supports undergraduates who want to pursue research careers in STEM fields.

May 4, 2021



Winter semester graduates will be honored at ceremony, celebration

More than 3,030 students have qualified to participate in Grand Valley's Winter Semester Commencement ceremony.

Apr 27, 2021


AWRI director featured on national television morning show for expertise on climate change and Lake Michigan erosion

Alan Steinman, the Allen and Helen Hunting director and professor at the Annis Water Resources Institute in Muskegon, was featured on Good Morning America April 22. Steinman was asked about climate change and Lake Michigan coastal erosion.

Apr 22, 2021