GVSU's Padnos International Center was recognized by the Institute of International Education
As a doctoral student at Harvard, a GVSU alumnus is also able to pursue a passion for film
Senior Andrea VanderKolk is spending two semesters in Amman studying at the University of Jordan
Two GVSU graduates are heading abroad to begin their teaching careers.
Physician assistant studies major lends hand where medical need is the greatest
Reginald Oates was chosen for a program in Germany sponsored by the U.S. and German governments
Polish education ministry and Kosciuszko Foundation fund year of study in Krakow for two students.
As president of Humanity for Africa, Jacques Mangala helps African immigrants adjust to the U.S.
Keisha Durant, of Trinidad, won an academic scholarship from a national geology association.
U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria John Beyrle credits his Grand Valley education as the inspiration for traveling the globe.