GVNow Success Stories
The January-March 2010 cover of Biochemistry, a journal published by the American Chemical Society, shows a picture of the structure of a particular enzyme. It may appear confusing to some, but not to Grand Valley alum Kyle Schneider.
Gregg Swayze fell in love with geology when his older brother, a geology student at Grand Valley State University, took him on a trip to Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula. As a high school senior, Swayze was fascinated with the thought...
Elizabeth Koeman's love for geology has led her to conduct innovative research with nuclear minerals.
What started out as a class project evolved into an initiative to help medical residents become successful surgeons.
Alison McNulty does not just excel in her Grand Valley classes; her excellence abroad has allowed other students across the nation to perform undergraduate research studies at the University of Deusto.
Anthony Hage has always been interested in exploring how things work and as a biomedical sciences major he is able to do this on a daily basis.
While some students spent time on the beach in the summer, others were deep in academic research.
Team Soletics, from Grand Valley's Seidman College of Business, took first place at the Accelerate Michigan Innovation competition November 14, 2013, in Detroit.
Grand Valley alumnus Ryan Vaughn took first place in the Company Award category at the Accelerate Michigan Innovation competition November 14, 2013, in Detroit. The first place prize money was $500,000.
Ryan Thum, a researcher at Grand Valley's Annis Water Resources Institute, has been awarded Scientist of the Year honors by the Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society.