College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

A GVSU clinical ethicist reflects on lending expertise during a once-in-a-century health crisis

Jeffrey Byrnes, assistant professor of philosophy, has worked with a range of community partners.

Sep 21, 2022



Alumni reconnect in New York for endurance bike ride to raise funds for cancer research

You know you have good friends when they agree to join you on a fundraising bicycle trip that stretches across the state of New York.

Sep 7, 2022



Agreement between GVSU, Savannah State University provides pathways to master's degrees for SSU students

This marks the fourth agreement Grand Valley has signed with a Historically Black College or University.

Aug 30, 2022


GVSU dance program part of Grand Rapids Ballet Summer Dance Festival

Students as well as new faculty member Edgar L. Page will perform.

Aug 24, 2022


Medical anthropologist continues education efforts on COVID-19 vaccine, emphasizes sizable undecided group

Kristin Hedges has been working closely with health care professionals on the messaging efforts.

Aug 18, 2022


GVSU receives Skillman Foundation grant to launch tutor-training program to support Detroit K-12 students

The Targeted Reading Internship Program (TRIP) is an initiative from GVSU's K-12 Connect service.

Aug 12, 2022


Teaching Lodge on campus provides space for Native students

Students, faculty and alumni worked collaboratively with community members to build a traditional Native teaching lodge on Grand Valley's campus, the first lodge built on public university land in Michigan.

Aug 8, 2022


Q&A: Al Steinman reflects on his two decades as director of Annis Water Resources Institute

After 21 years at the Robert B. Annis Water Resources Institute, Al Steinman officially steps down from his role as the Allan and Helen Hunting Director on Aug. 5.

Aug 4, 2022