Skip to main content
GVSU COVID-19 Update:

For the health and safety of the Grand Valley community, remote academic instruction will continue through April 25. The Admissions office is available to answer calls Mon.-Fri. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 616-331-2025 or 1-800-748-0246 or email admissions@gvsu.eduAdditional instructions and updates at www.gvsu.edu/coronavirus

News Archive

to or Reset

How will COVID-19 impact the nonprofit sector? Johnson Center research offers insights

Johnson Center researchers are looking at impacts on nonprofits from the coronavirus epidemic.

GVSU expert: Constant messages about coronavirus can amp up anxiety, affect how you assess personal risk

Amanda Dillard, associate professor of psychology, said people often focus on their vulnerability.

Research team midway through NIH grant focused on wayfinding

The team is working in six assisted living facilities in West Michigan and Cleveland, Ohio.

Advanced technology or technology doping? GVSU expert's research key part of running shoe debate ahead of Olympics

The research of Kyle Barnes, assistant professor of exercise science, has been widely referenced.

Chemistry faculty member and his students steadily assembling new pieces in puzzle of antibiotic resistance

Paul Cook is working with students on the research, which provides crucial undergraduate training.

Biology graduate student's research on genetics of chimpanzees in captivity called 'ahead-of-the-curve thinking'

Francesca Golus started working with biology professor Jodee Hunt as an undergraduate.

A summer wildflower with dark secrets, a Grand Valley researcher working to unlock them

An associate professor of biology is studying how controlled burning can manage the invasive plant.

A Grand Valley expert is helping a thriving county envision its 'highly dynamic' land use future

Chad Frederick and his students are working with an Ottawa County leader to analyze future options.

How climate change, millennials and tainted donors are impacting philanthropy

Climate change, millennials in the workforce and tainted donors are changing the nonprofit sector.

GVSU researcher lead author of large-scale study finding disruptive behaviors may lead to poorer romantic relationships

Mikhila Wildey said the findings suggest not overlooking such behaviors in romantic partners.