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Grand Valley researchers draw link between zebra mussels, risk of algae blooms

Grand Valley researchers draw link between zebra mussels, risk of algae blooms

Researchers at Grand Valley's Annis Water Resources Institute are learning more about the impact invasive zebra mussels and native aquatic insect larvae have on the risk of algae blooms in two West Michigan lakes.

GVSU researcher wins Scientist of the Year honors

GVSU researcher wins Scientist of the Year honors

Ryan Thum, a researcher at Grand Valley's Annis Water Resources Institute, has been awarded Scientist of the Year honors by the Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society.

GVSU ties for first for Fulbright Scholars

GVSU ties for first for Fulbright Scholars

Grand Valley has tied for first place for the number of Fulbright Scholars for similar-size institutions, according to a list from the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Professor examines son preference in India

Professor examines son preference in India

Sonia Dalmia had support from her parents to pursue higher education, but that is not the case for many women in India.

GVSU study on gender

GVSU study on gender

Gender is no longer determined solely by biological factors, according to a study by a Grand Valley researcher.

KCON research projects touch different populations

KCON research projects touch different populations

Current research projects by Kirkhof College of Nursing faculty members and students are reaching different West Michigan populations.

GVSU students contribute to growing medical field

GVSU students contribute to growing medical field

A group of students and faculty at Grand Valley have been working with Van Andel Institute to develop new methods to further a growing medical field.

Next-generation donors study reveals giving trends in Jewish community

Next-generation donors study reveals giving trends in Jewish community

Further analysis of a groundbreaking study on next-generation donors by Grand Valley State University's Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy and 21/64 is revealing new trends about the major Jewish donors of tomorrow.