GVSU Experts

'Shallow recession' in West Michigan no surprise to GVSU expert

Seidman College of Business survey shows slowdown in orders, employment as manufacturing sector faces economic headwinds, changed environment.

Nov 10, 2022

Research at national labs by computing faculty members, students contributes to climate change accuracy, supercomputer modeling

Two Grand Valley undergraduate students and two faculty members worked over the summer at U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories.

Oct 11, 2022

Economy flattens as GVSU expert predicts shallow recession coming

Survey shows auto suppliers busy as other manufacturers see downturns

Oct 10, 2022

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

Purchasing managers survey continues to show slowdown

August report provides mixed bag of slowing orders, but strong hiring trends

Sep 6, 2022

AWRI-operated drones to clean up plastic on beaches, waterways

A $1 million donation by Meijer helped fund the purchase of two drones, which will be operated and housed at the Annis Water Resources Institute and help clean West Michigan beaches and waterways from plastic and litter.

Aug 23, 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

West Michigan economy flattens, but is this a recession?

Seidman College of Business economist says indicators point toward recession

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