Graduate Education

Proctor named director of Alumni Relations

Kara Van Dam, vice provost for Graduate and Lifetime Learning, announced that Susan Proctor will assume duties as Grand Valley's director of Alumni Relations.

Jan 4, 2022


GVSU recruiter in India able to give first-hand knowledge of university to prospective students

College recruiters are known for covering a lot of distance but Kirthi Kondapalli could win all bragging rights.

Oct 21, 2021


Agreement between area high school, Padnos College of Engineering and Computing has far-reaching benefits

PCEC's agreement with the West Michigan Aviation Academy in Grand Rapids dates back to 2016 and includes placing a graduate engineering student in the school to assist in labs and classrooms.

Jun 28, 2021


Audiology graduate students serve patients in new, on-campus clinic

Graduate students earning a Doctor of Audiology degree at Grand Valley are now able to serve patients in a newly opened clinic on the Health Campus in downtown Grand Rapids.

Apr 14, 2021


Alumnus says MBA helped him find new opportunity after COVID closed his business

Vince Lambert said he instinctively knew what his next step should be after the effects of COVID-19 caused him to close his Grand Rapids brewery and restaurant.

Mar 26, 2021


GVSU, NMU agreement offers direct admittance to GVSU public health graduate program

A new partnership agreement between Grand Valley State University and Northern Michigan University in Marquette creates a pipeline for NMU undergraduates to GVSU's public health graduate program.

Feb 2, 2021


GVSU Master of Health Administration becomes the second graduate program in Michigan to earn national health care management accreditation

Grand Valley's Master of Health Administration, offered through the College of Community and Public Service, has received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME).

Aug 4, 2020


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

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, seven working nurses have continued their commitment to serving rural and underserved populations by advancing their education to become nurse practitioners with the help of a federal grant awarded to GVSU's Kirkhof College of Nursing.

Jun 25, 2020


First Innovation Fund proposal will increase computing graduate assistants, grow talent epicenter

The first proposal to the Innovation Fund, one of President Philomena V. Mantella's initiatives to propel Grand Valley forward, is underway and seeks to increase enrollment in computing programs by annually hiring more graduate assistants sponsored by industry partners.

Jun 23, 2020


In op-ed, faculty member says support for women of color graduate students is heightened during COVID-19

In an article published in Inside Higher Ed, a faculty member said institutional support necessary to recruit and retain women of color who are graduate students becomes more significant during the COVID-19 pandemic.

May 1, 2020