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
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
GVSU mathematics professor, recipient of national teaching award, strives to convey both joy and utility of discipline he considers beautiful
David Austin's award honors educators whose influence goes beyond their own institution.
Jan 20, 2021
Eight West Michigan high school students learned more about college and gained work experience as consultants to President Philomena V. Mantella through a City of Grand Rapids summer program.
Sep 28, 2020
A group of Grand Valley students are taking math skills and working to solve real-world problems as part of a new applied math course taught by Professor David Austin.
May 21, 2019
An upcoming presenter will discuss the reality of being a first-generation college student, undocumented immigrant and a woman of color in the STEM field.
Mar 21, 2019
Extracting DNA from a banana, exploring magnetism and using green chemistry were just a few of the activities that local middle school students participated in during a recent, interactive STEM event. "Fall in Love with STEM," presented by the Association of Women in Science (AWIS) - West Michigan, took place February 23 in the Padnos Hall of Science on the Allendale Campus. The event included various workshops and activities led by Grand Valley faculty, staff and students, focusing on cell and molecular biology, engineering
Feb 26, 2019
Elizabeth "Biz" Stolz�s job is to make �the most magical place on Earth� that much more magical. The 2014 alumna currently works as an experience insights senior analyst at Disney Parks and Resorts in Orlando, Florida. During her daily work, Stolz analyzes various data sets from different lines of business at Disney to improve the guest experience at the parks and resorts. The types of data she works with include anything from resort and dining reservations to FastPass+ bookings.
Dec 19, 2018
A mathematician who works for Disney and the investigative reporter who broke the Larry Nassar sex abuse story will be among 10 alumni from Grand Valley's College of Liberal Arts of Sciences who will return to campus to speak about their professional experiences. The CLAS Distinguished Alumni-in-Residence will participate in presentations, lectures, Q&A sessions and meet-and-greet opportunities on the Allendale Campus October 1-5.
Sep 28, 2018