First-rate Faculty

First-rate Faculty

"There are several things I love about teaching at Grand Valley, but I have to say one of the best things about teaching at Grand Valley is the students. They are very respectful and they make teaching a lot more rewarding." - Thuy Simpson, Finance Department See more

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Events

Open Everything exhibit

Open Everything exhibit

Tomorrow, All Day
Come explore the concept of "information as a commodity" and learn more about issues surrounding access to information. The exhibit is interactive and encourages visitors to explore Open Access, Open Data, Open Education Resources, and Open Source Software.
Les Nabis: French Prophets of Modern Art, A Selection from the Robert L. Hoskins and Erwin A. Raible Collection of Fin de Siècle French Prints. A Gift of Elaine Rutowski Shay

Les Nabis: French Prophets of... Modern Art, A Selection from the Robert L. Hoskins and Erwin A. Raible Collection of Fin de Siècle French Prints. A Gift of Elaine Rutowski Shay

Tomorrow, 7am - 7pm
The word “Nabis” means prophet in Hebrew and Arabic and was a term applied to a rebellious group of young art students at the Académie Julian in Paris, France. The poet Henri Cazalis (1840 - 1909) coined the term “Les Nabis” by drawing parallels between these...
PIC Pics

PIC Pics

Tomorrow, 8am - 5pm
GVSU students and alumni who have studied abroad were invited to enter PIC PICS 2014, a study abroad photo contest! Finalists' work will be printed by Padnos International Center and displayed in the Red Wall Gallery (Outside 130 Lake Ontario Hall). All GVSU students, faculty &...

News

New exhibit examines information as a commodity

New exhibit examines information as a commodity

New interactive display, 'Open Everything,' open through September 11 in the library.
Marilyn E. Zumberge Garden dedicated

Marilyn E. Zumberge Garden dedicated

The Marilyn E. Zumberge Garden was dedicated in a ceremony outside of Zumberge Hall August 19.
Photos: campus community helps with move-in

Photos: campus community helps with move-in

More than 600 alumni, students, faculty and staff members helped more than 6,000 students move into living centers.