WGVU Public Media joins other public television stations to launch new learning channel

WGVU Public Media, in partnership with public television stations and leading educators across the state, is launching a new learning channel.

Oct 23, 2020


A notebook on a table that reads "Love Your Job"

Student gains internship opportunities after Career Centers first virtual fair

More than 100 employers attended the fair and represented a variety of industries and fields of study. The fair concluded the Work Like a Laker conference, a 15-day conference with multiple tracks.

Oct 23, 2020

Carl Brown

GVSU debate expert: Final presidential debate had much-needed infusion of order, allowing voters to learn more

Carl Brown, assistant professor communication studies, said he and his students expand their discussions on proper debating techniques to analysis of the current atmosphere.

Oct 23, 2020


Virus Action Team update: Survey being conducted on GVSU testing program

The Virus Action Team has emailed a survey to some students, faculty and staff members asking for input to help improve the GVSU COVID-19 Testing Program.

Oct 22, 2020


Faculty and staff sketches

Publications and presentations at conferences are highlighted, as well as the deaths of two retired professors.

Oct 22, 2020


GVSU joins West Michigan to mourn death of Peter Secchia

Leaders at Grand Valley and in West Michigan are mourning the death of philanthropist Peter Secchia, who died October 21 at his home. He was 83.

Oct 21, 2020


Faculty member shows students in multi-year local history project the ripple effects of urban renewal

Matthew Daley, associate professor of history, is guiding students through a deep well of information that is conveniently nearby. Each new class adds different elements to the project.

Oct 20, 2020


Decision to stay overseas during quarantine turns into business opportunity for student

Senior Nate Anderson already has an answer when potential employers ask him about adversity during a job interview. Anderson, who will graduate in April with a bachelor's degree in marketing, said he will talk about the challenges of spending COVID-19 quarantine in a country 9,000 miles from home.

Oct 20, 2020


Students help small businesses with marketing, business plans as owners navigate COVID-19

LendGR, a new program in the Seidman College of Business, is pairing students with area small business owners and entrepreneurs to help them develop or strengthen their businesses.

Oct 19, 2020


Laker athletics dedicates wall in Fieldhouse to early pioneer in women's sports

Long before 1972 federal regulations opened up opportunities for girls and women to compete in sports, there was Joan Boand.

Oct 19, 2020