Bolden shares story of her journey from GVSU to state supreme court
Krya Harris Bolden, who has sat on the Michigan Supreme Court since January and is the first Black woman to hold that seat, said a moment of time during her Grand Valley years has stuck with her.
Mar 16, 2023
Michigan Supreme Court justice will give keynote at EqualiTEA
Kyra Harris Bolden, '10, will give remarks at the March 16 event, which is the 20th anniversary of this signature celebration.
Mar 7, 2023
Popular one-credit courses promote transferable skills, trustees learn
The one-credit courses housed in the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies offer students choices that promote development of transferable skills.
Feb 24, 2023
Power Mobility Project tests new device to give children in wheelchairs more independence
Faculty researchers received grant from the National Institute of Health and Human Development.
Jan 31, 2023
When assessing our own health over time, memory complicates perception, GVSU research shows
GVSU psychology experts Michael Wolfe and Todd Williams conducted the research.
Nov 16, 2021
GVSU child development experts help develop learning kits for West Michigan families
Hundreds of students received kits from two organizations dedicated to early childhood well-being.
Jul 14, 2021
The strongest predictor of who will get COVID-19 vaccine? How vulnerable someone feels about contracting the virus, GVSU researcher finds
Amanda Dillard, associate professor of psychology, said the findings show the power of emotion when people are deciding on whether to receive the vaccine.
Feb 2, 2021
Taking sides during the pandemic. How beliefs affect the way we process information, react to discord
Michael Wolfe, professor of psychology, said his research shows much more goes into assessing an argument than the facts.
Jul 22, 2020
GVSU expert: Constant messages about coronavirus can amp up anxiety, affect how you assess personal risk
Amanda Dillard, associate professor of psychology, said people often focus on their vulnerability.
Mar 4, 2020
Alumni to share Laker Effect stories, professional experiences during multiple presentations
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