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Grand Valley State University is gauging public interest in a possible graduate program for sustainability leadership through a survey about how to develop the program if it is approved.
Grand Valley State University alumna Laura Gentry and her husband Nate are opening the first brewery in Zeeland since the city ended its 100-year ban on alcohol in 2006.
About 30 people gathered Friday in the Kirkhof Center for the first annual Environmental Employers Luncheon sponsored by the Environmental Studies department at Grand Valley State University.
Renowned chemist W. Carl Lineberger who studies the application of lasers to problems in chemical physics will speak Tuesday and Wednesday at the Grand Valley State University Arnold C. Ott Lectureship in Chemistry.
The Humane Society Institute for Science and Policy has invited Grand Valley State University students to submit abstracts for the chance to be selected for a 10-minute presentation on animal sentience at the upcoming Science of Animal Thinking and Emotion Conference to be held in Washington D.C. next March.
Grand Valley State University will host the fifth annual GreenUp conference Wednesday and Thursday in the Eberhard Center on the Pew Campus.
About 50 people gathered at Grand Valley State University to hear Lisa Rose Starner a GVSU alumna talk about her experiences promoting sustainable and affordable food movements in the West Michigan area.
Nearly lost amid Grand Valley State Universitys Homecoming festivities 10 students gathered Tuesday in the Pere Marquette room of the Kirkhof Center to learn about the plight of those in the world without access to clean water.
Climbing trees throwing darts catching bugs and swinging in hammocksthese are not the things that typically come to mind when people think about Grand Valley State University.
GVSU Study Abroad adds new partnershipsMore than 1000 students attended Grand Valley State Universitys annual Study Abroad Fair which was hosted by the Padnos International Center in the Grand River Room of the Kirkhof Center on Tuesday.
Grand Valley State University will host Timothy Young president of Food For Thought Inc. to discuss how his company is working with local food companies to support local organic agriculture and farmland preservation. Established in 1995 Food For Thought is located on an organic farm and a green building that Young built on the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Grand Valley State University in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity of Kent County will be hosting the first interfaith panel in Grand Rapids to discuss environmental sustainability.
With Apples recent release of iOS7 and rumors of the iPhone 6 in the making the use of cellphones has continued to rise and with it so has the use of digital technology in general. This surge is making some doctors concerned about the effects of digital technology on the human brain specifically memory functions.
Grand Valley State University has signed reverse transfer agreements with 22 community colleges in the state and 15 of those agreements have been signed since March of this year.
Nearly 40 people gathered Friday at the Grand Valley State University Sustainable Agriculture Project for three hours of volunteer work that culminated in the sixth annual Farm Club Harvest Party.
The Office of the Vice Provost for Health at Grand Valley State University will be hosting the sixth annual West Michigan Interprofessional Education Conference called High Quality Lower Cost the Case for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice.
The Annis Water Resources Institute of Grand Valley State University has been awarded a one-year 75000 grant by the C.S.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality awarded a 32000 grant to the Annis Water Resources Institute of Grand Valley State University to fund research on the cyanobacterium gloeotrichia in Silver Lake.
For the second time Grand Valley State University has been named one of the greenest universities in the country by the Sierra Club.