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Change Ups: Cimitile tapped as GVSU provost, executive VP

May 19, 2017
Starting July 1, with the opportunity for an extension, Maria Cimitile will be Grand Valley State University’s new provost and executive vice president for academic and student affairs. Read More

Gardens’ tourists power area businesses

Study finds Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park draws 445,000 visitors annually from outside Kent County, adds $75 million to local economy.

May 12, 2017
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park has become a destination for visitors across the U.S., and it’s showing up in the local economy. Read More

Cornerstone, GVSU partner on engineering program

Degree will pair Cornerstone’s design, innovation strengths with GVSU’s engineering expertise and large-scale laboratory infrastructure.

May 12, 2017
Cornerstone University will offer a four-strand engineering degree beginning this fall, thanks to a partnership with Grand Valley State University. Read More

Consumers Energy opens leadership center

Training hub at GVSU downtown campus will focus on preparing company’s future leaders.

May 5, 2017
Consumers Energy celebrated the opening of its new leadership center at the downtown campus of Grand Valley State University recently. Read More

GVSU climate survey reveals comfort, disparity levels on campus

Results point toward high satisfaction, but university needs to work on transgender inclusion.

December 23, 2016
It’s been a long five years since Grand Valley State University last took its temperature. As it turns out, the campus is pretty healthy overall — with some room for improvement. Read More

Business Incubator puts ‘smart’ in SmartZone

The Muskegon Innovation Hub coaches entrepreneurs at all stages of development.

November 4, 2016
There’s a hub in Muskegon where the door is always open to business owners. And its clients come from all sorts of backgrounds with diverse needs and goals. Read More

Grant targets nursing in rural communities

October 24, 2016
Health care organizations have reported a “critical shortage” of nurses and other clinical providers in rural communities across the country. Read More

U-M prof: Dearth of corporations is not all bad

Jerry Davis says middle-sized city like Grand Rapids better for economic growth.

September 30, 2016
Initial public offerings just aren’t cool any more, according to a new book by a University of Michigan professor. Read More

Grant boosts GVSU professor’s honeybee study

Electronic scales measure increases and decreases in the weight of hives.

August 26, 2016
Honeybees are dying, and researchers still don’t know why. But with a third of the food people eat dependent on honeybees, it’s imperative they find out. Read More

Street Talk: Boards: Only white males need apply

Cleaning up.

August 19, 2016
A little diversity can go a long way. Apparently, it has to. Read More