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Are natural drugs better? Grand Valley faculty member part of research showing consumers swayed by that notion

The findings show the role that emotion can play in health decisions, according to experts.

GVSU professor: Space exploration and religion have a long shared history

Deana Weibel has done extensive research on religion and space exploration.

Geology faculty member studying climate change through National Science Foundation grant

A faculty member is part of a team of researchers examining warm climates in the geologic past.

Five faculty members highlighted on national public radio segment

Five Grand Valley faculty members were highlighted for their research on "The Academic Minute."

Professor translates children's poetry from Holocaust era for exhibit

"Apple Blossom and Nightingale" is on display through January 30 in Mary Idema Pew Library.

Year in Review: Memorable GVSU stories from 2018

The stories were chosen based on their impact on campus, in the news and on social media.

AWRI researcher testifies at PFAS hearing

Rick Rediske, an environmental chemist at AWRI, testified about PFAS at a U.S. Senate field summit.

Faculty-student research team tests shoes, running economy

Shoes similar to those worn by elite runners return about 90 percent of the energy spent.

GVSU receives $1 million grant to study impact of climate change on Arctic vegetation

Funding from the National Science Foundation will support five years of research.

GVSU researchers investigate biological, chemical effects of microplastics

Grand Valley researchers are exploring the genomic and chemical impact of microplastics in water.