College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Team led by GVSU expert creates website to honor West Michigan Holocaust survivors

Rob Franciosi, professor of English, has worked with a team that includes GVSU students and a graduate.

Jun 30, 2022



Sour beer created by students in brewing class wins top prize in acclaimed competition

A limited edition batch will be available at Trail Point Brewing Company in Allendale.

Jun 15, 2022




Groundswell's annual showcase shines spotlight on student scientists

Elementary, middle and high school students conducted research on environmental issues during the school year, presenting their data to teachers and family members on May 25.

May 26, 2022


U.S. ambassador to Russia gives history class insight on Russia, Ukraine

John Sullivan joined David Stark's class via Zoom.

May 24, 2022


AWRI, GVSU ready for conferences on water issues

Two conferences coming to West Michigan will offer opportunities for researchers and students from Grand Valley and the Annis Water Resources Institute to connect with peers on environmental issues facing the world's oceans and lakes.

May 13, 2022


Study abroad numbers slowly increase after pandemic curtailed international travel

For the first time since 2019, more than 110 Grand Valley students are preparing to live and learn overseas during study abroad experiences.

May 5, 2022


Graduate speaks with White House officials on education

Graduate Theresann Pyrett, a teacher at Macatawa Bay Middle School in Holland, was invited to Washington D.C. to speak with White House officials about her experience as an educator during COVID-19.

May 5, 2022