University News

Michigan SBDC clients, region honored at Small Business Awards Gala

32 small businesses that worked with the SBDC were recognized, the SBDC for Southeast Michigan won statewide honors.

May 17, 2022


GVSU named to 'Best Colleges in America' list by Money

Schools were ranked based on the quality of education, affordability and outcomes.

May 16, 2022


AWRI, GVSU ready for conferences on water issues

Two conferences coming to West Michigan will offer opportunities for researchers and students from Grand Valley and the Annis Water Resources Institute to connect with peers on environmental issues facing the world's oceans and lakes.

May 13, 2022


PTSD, mental health focus of Hidden Wounds of War Conference

The annual conference presented by the Hauenstein Center identifies PTSD's roots and helps develop pathways for therapy and treatment.

May 13, 2022


Katie Hultin announced as new women's soccer head coach

Hultin will lead a Lakers team which won its seventh NCAA national championship in December and is widely regarded as one of the top NCAA Division II programs in the nation.

May 12, 2022


Mantella, Truss meet virtually with Secretary of Education on teacher workforce

President Philomena V. Mantella and Vice President for Enrollment Development and Educational Outreach B. Donta Truss joined U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona for a virtual roundtable to discuss developing and diversifying the next generation of teachers.

May 10, 2022


Students receive Gilman Scholarships to study abroad

Nearly 3,000 undergraduate students across the country were selected to receive a Gilman International Scholarship. Gilman Scholars will study or intern in 91 countries through April 2023.

May 10, 2022


GVSU mourns alumnus and supporter Raymond Bennett, '92

The Grand Valley community mourns the death of Marriott International executive Raymond "Ray" Bennett, '92, who died May 5.

May 10, 2022


Recession worries loom even as economic indicators are stable: GVSU economic expert

While economic indicators remain stable or are even on the rise, worry over interest rates, inflation and continued supply chain issues have many leaders and economists predicting a recession.

May 9, 2022


Graduate speaks with White House officials on education

Graduate Theresann Pyrett, a teacher at Macatawa Bay Middle School in Holland, was invited to Washington D.C. to speak with White House officials about her experience as an educator during COVID-19.

May 5, 2022