AWRI director featured on national television morning show for expertise on climate change and Lake Michigan erosion

Alan Steinman, the Allen and Helen Hunting director and professor at the Annis Water Resources Institute in Muskegon, was featured on Good Morning America April 22. Steinman was asked about climate change and Lake Michigan coastal erosion.

Apr 22, 2021


Students are pictured holding kayak paddles before an event in the Grand River

Making Waves hosts kayaking on Grand River for Earth Day

Fitting for Earth Day, Grand Valley students and faculty members spent time April 22 kayaking on the Grand River.

Apr 22, 2021

screenshot of event on Zoom that reads: Welcome! LEADS students, family and friends

First LEADS graduates fit state initiative to have more residents with bachelor's degrees

18 students will earn bachelor's degrees in integrative studies at the conclusion of the winter semester.

Apr 22, 2021


Virus Action Team update: Spring/Summer session information on COVID testing; students interview doctor about vaccines

Free on-campus testing will continue to be available for students, faculty and staff on the Allendale and Pew Grand Rapids campuses.

Apr 22, 2021


Melodrama 'Ernest Maltravers' closes out extraordinary GVSU theater season

The production, set for April 23-25, will be presented before a small live audience as well as virtually.

Apr 21, 2021


A message from President Philomena V. Mantella

President Philomena V. Mantella said GVSU will continue to use education and advocacy to create change and will prioritize criminal justice reform.

Apr 20, 2021


Battle Creek seniors earn scholarships to GVSU through partnership with W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Nearly 20 seniors from Battle Creek Central High School received partial or full scholarships to attend Grand Valley in the Fall 2021 semester.

Apr 20, 2021


744 Lakers receive COVID-19 vaccine at GVSU clinic

Officials said 744 members of the Grand Valley community, most of whom were GVSU students, received the COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic held in the Fieldhouse. Metro Health sponsored the April 16 clinic.

Apr 16, 2021


Lake Michigan the muse for New Music Ensemble's latest pieces bringing natural beauty to life through music

The group is performing pieces by composers who were asked to bring Lake Michigan to life musically.

Apr 16, 2021


Faculty member's op-ed on "flipped learning" featured in national education publication

Robert Talbert's article, "Flipped Learning Can Be a Key to Transforming Teaching and Learning Post-Pandemic," was posted online by EdSurge, a publication that covers education and the future of learning.

Apr 15, 2021