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Grand Valley State University will welcome more than 50 trumpeters and musicians for the 38th annual International Trumpet Guild Conference being held today through Saturday. Read More
Global trade and compliance with U.S. Customs involves good recordkeeping and paperwork that must be done right.
Behind every successful exporting/importing company, there’s a lot of intricate paperwork to make it happen. Read More
Researchers will focus on fish living in 15 tributaries of Lake Michigan.
Grand Valley State University researchers Rick Rediske and James O’Keefe will partner with a team of researchers from the University of Notre Dame on a two-year study examining how variables in watershed landscapes impact contaminant levels in stream resident fish. Read More
School rallies students in hopes of achieving carbon neutrality by 2043.
Grand Valley State University wholeheartedly began its journey in sustainability in 2008 when President Thomas Haas signed the President’s Climate Action Plan and committed the school to working toward a more sustainable campus. Read More
Seven collegiate teams will vie for title.
Western Michigan Project Management Institute’s Collegiate Challenge “The Project” is back for its second year, giving future project managers the unique opportunity to show their talents to local businesses. Read More
A handful of local organizations have come together to host a unique job fair and employability program focused on filling manufacturing jobs in the community by providing qualified candidates. Read More
New investors group has office for lakeshore entrepreneurs.
A new group of angel investors, headed by two prominent business leaders in Muskegon, has organized as the Muskegon Angels to offer financial support to new business startups and small businesses in the lakeshore region. Read More
Grad students designed and built an emergency solar power system.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) There’s no substitute for experience, and three graduate students in Grand Valley State University’s School of Engineering have just had the priceless experience of designing and building a photovoltaic emergency power system for a medical clinic in Malawi in southeastern Africa. Read More