April 6, 2021
Since 1996, nearly 14,000 students have presented faculty-mentored research during the annual event.
Increased access to Medicaid coverage helps keep formerly incarcerated people from returning to prison, GVSU researcher finds
February 18, 2021
About 58 percent of state prisoners and 40 percent of federal inmates have substance abuse problems.
February 3, 2021
The virtual celebration will be held February 9 at noon. RSVP to receive a Zoom link.
The strongest predictor of who will get COVID-19 vaccine? How vulnerable someone feels about contracting the virus, GVSU researcher finds
February 2, 2021
Amanda Dillard said the findings show the power of emotion when people are making that decision.
January 28, 2021
The Johnson Center for Philanthropy has released its annual study of trends in the nonprofit sector.
Making Waves: Tara Kneeshaw analyzes ways the microscopic world can indicate, or help, water quality
December 2, 2020
Kneeshaw is dedicated to education about the big and small ways that people affect water quality.
Grand Valley partnership, testing to provide public health experts with data about potential COVID-19 hotspots
November 13, 2020
GV's Annis Water Resources Institute has been awarded a grant to test for COVID in wastewater.
Faculty member shows students in multi-year local history project the ripple effects of urban renewal
October 20, 2020
Matthew Daley, associate professor of history, is guiding students through the project.
October 13, 2020
The McNair Scholars program supports students who want to pursue doctoral degrees.
September 17, 2020
The Johnson Center for Philanthropy has named a new W.K. Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair.