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


global map with circles and lines pointing to countries

Faculty and staff sketches

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

May 7, 2021

headshot: acting KCON dean Lola Coke

National Nurses Week: KCON acting dean brings cardiovascular expertise to task force

Lola Coke participated on a national task force that supported legislation in Congress to expand screenings and public awareness of Peripheral Artery Disease and, in turn, reduce the number of amputations.

May 6, 2021


Truss, free-tuition program highlighted in journal

B. Donta Truss, vice president for Enrollment Development and Educational Outreach, was highlighted in the May issue of Enrollment Management Report.

May 5, 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


New chief human resources officer brings extensive experience to position

Mychal Coleman most recently served as vice president of Human Resources for the University of the Bahamas.

May 5, 2021


Laker Graduation Celebration in photos: Relive a day to remember for graduates

The images tell the story of what it means to graduates and their loved ones to earn a degree.

May 4, 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


Muskegon Innovation Hub renovates space to add more clients

Grand Valley's Muskegon Innovation Hub (the Hub) has repurposed its building space to accommodate more entrepreneurs.

May 3, 2021