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two people talking while one person runs on a treadmill in the Rec Center

Faculty-student research team tests shoes, running economy

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

Alumni AJ Smith and Jessica Gregory sampling vegetation in Atqasuk, Alaska.

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.

Alan Steinman retrieves a large PVC pipe sample tray from the waters of Muskegon Lake.

GVSU researchers investigate biological, chemical effects of microplastics

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

Alan Steinman, center, with a delegation of officials from the Shiga Prefectural Assembly.

Annis Water Resources Institute hosts delegation from Japan

The Annis Water Resources Institute hosted a delegation of dignitaries and officials from Japan.

A logo for the groundwater management plan that says "Managing our groundwater - Ottawa County" and shows a stock photo of splashing water.

GVSU to partner with Ottawa County on groundwater management plan

The Annis Water Resources Institute will partner with Ottawa County on a new groundwater plan.

Senior biology major Darrick Gates reviews results from the imaging flow cytometer.

Researcher studying whether food production could be safer with new E. Coli test

A Grand Valley researcher has been awarded $100,000 to study a new method of detecting E. Coli.

man on stage in front of screen

Showcase highlights student research

30 undergraduate researchers gave presentations July 24 at the Summer Scholars Showcase.

The Michigan DNR team preparing to band one of the two peregrine falcon chicks.

Endangered falcon chicks banded at Eberhard Center

The two falcons chicks were banded by the Michigan DNR on May 24.

Students enrolled in a forest ecosystem management class through Grand Valleyýs natural resources management program collected and analyzed forest vegetation data in Duncan Woods and Mulliganýs Hollow.

Students conduct research to help preserve two historical Grand Haven parks

The students examined the forest vegetation within Duncan Woods and Mulligan's Hollow.

(left to right) Jane Ulrey, Ashley Rapp, Skye Gregory-Hatch, Carl Brown, Samantha Radecki, Jeannine Lane

Speech Lab staff wins major awards in national research competition

The competition occurred at the National Association of Communication Centers' annual conference.