Arend Lubbers

Arend Lubbers

Arend Donselaar Lubbers (born July 23, 1931) was president of Grand Valley State University (and predecessor Grand Valley State College) from 1969 to 2001. He was the second president of Grand Valley, serving after James Zumberge and before Mark Murray. He currently holds the title of President Emeritus. Most of the university's growth came during his tenure.

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Arend Lubbers - Grand Valley State University
... Lubbers became president of GVSU at the age of 37, making him one of the nation's youngest university presidents ... Lubbers Stadium on the Allendale Campus is named for him ... When he retired in 2001, Lubbers was the longest serving state university leader in the country ...