Political Science

GVSU expert: Some lawmakers calling for impeachment or invoking 25th Amendment, unclear if either would work

Reacting to the violent riot at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, some lawmakers in Congress from both major political parties have called for President Donald Trump to be removed from office, either via the 25th Amendment or impeachment proceedings.

Jan 8, 2021


Faculty and staff sketches

The Career Center honored students, faculty and staff members, and supervisors from area business and organizations for their dedication to student interns.

Jun 8, 2020


Students who participate in ROTC now receiving course credits

Grand Valley students who participate in ROTC will now receive course credit for their time and commitment.

Dec 16, 2019


Naturalization ceremony held at DeVos Center

Seventy-seven people brought 77 stories of their journeys to the U.S. to a naturalization ceremony held October 26 at the DeVos Center on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

Oct 30, 2018


Students share research on hunger, suicide, health care access

Managing disease in Ethiopia, health improvement in Uganda and access to health literature for the blind were just a few of the research topics presented by students at the 2018 Global Health Showcase.

Oct 5, 2018


Political science professor examines controversial travel-focused executive order

Grand Valley political science professor and chair of the university's Political Science department Mark Richards addressed the controversial executive order by President Donald Trump that limits travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries at a presentation February 6.

Feb 6, 2017


History conference to focus on human rights in the Atlantic world

More than 25 presentations will be offered during the Great Lakes History Conference October 21-22.

Oct 18, 2016