In conjunction with the Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival, Bard to Go returns with Lights, Camera, Action!, as an official ArtPrize entry.
Families of students, faculty and staff members are invited to Family Weekend, September 26-28.
The Counseling Center will host the seven-part documentary series "UnNatural Causes" every Thursday, starting September 25.
GVSU faculty and students will explore steamboat shipwrecks in Reeds Lake on October 3 and October 4.
"River Tattoo" will be on display at the Eberhard Center during ArtPrize, September 24 - October 12.
Latin American Studies will host two events in September that will help participants better understand the current immigration crisis that has brought a surge of undocumented children to the U.S. from Central America and Mexico.
An aerospace expert who serves as chair of the U.S. Human Space Flight Plans Committee will give a presentation on leading change as part of the Frederik Meijer Lecture Series.
The young scholars who worked for a year documenting the history of their Grandville Avenue neighborhood celebrated the successful conclusion of their project at the Cook Library Center September 18.
Animation Collaboration can be seen as an official ArtPrize entry in the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art (UICA) in Grand Rapids.
Michael Finney, president of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, said Grand Rapids is a vibrant city.