Division News & Statements


Inclusion Advocate Trainings Announced

January 9, 2017

The Spring Inclusion Advocate Social Justice 101 Orientation and the Inclusion Advocate Annual Update meetings have been scheduled...

Grand Valley receives grant to help prevent sexual assault

December 19, 2016

Grand Valley State University has been awarded a grant from the State of Michigan to support sexual assault prevention programs.

Director receives rare invite to Middle East interfaith conference

December 8, 2016

During a year that has been filled with hatred and division in the U.S. and abroad, a narrative of tolerance, understanding and coexistence is needed in the world.

Expanding findings from myGVSU 2015 now available

December 5, 2016

The Division of Inclusion and Equity released extended results of the 2015 myGVSU Climate Survey December 5.

Keynote speakers announced for MLK Week

November 28, 2016

Two national personalities will highlight Grand Valley's commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Week with keynote presentations in January.

Position on Issues Related to Immigration and DACA

November 23, 2016

Grand Valley State University has a long-standing history of valuing diversity and inclusiveness. It is our practice to admit qualified students without regard to citizenship and to support all students in their pursuit of a Grand Valley degree.

Pres. Haas & VP Bernal: Post-Election Response

November 15, 2016

We are proud of our commitment to open dialogue, equity and inclusion. We ask students, faculty and staff member to join us in advancing this commitment and promoting these values so that everyone on our campus knows that they are welcome and valued.

Post-election events scheduled

November 14, 2016

The Dean of Students Office, Division of Inclusion and Equity and other campus departments have teamed to sponsor a series of events through the presidential inauguration aimed at continuing dialogues on campus.

Dean Sullivan: Post-Election

November 9, 2016

It is our hope that we move forward exemplifying the university's highest commitment to values of respect, inclusion, critical reflection, fairness and kindness, and a steadfast resolve that we are one Laker community. 

Scholar will discuss censorship, religion

October 28, 2016

A professor of religion at the University of Chicago will bring first-hand accounts of religion and censorship when she delivers a keynote presentation on campus.

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