Higher Education

Colleges, universities, technical schools and training

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Davenport University names board member

March 26, 2015
An experienced educator and business leader has joined the board of trustees at Davenport University. Read More

Wege Prize finalists tackle 'wicked problem'

March 26, 2015
The final presentations and awards ceremony for an intercollegiate competition pitting students’ minds against a “wicked problem” will take place this weekend — with $30,000 at stake. Read More

Council of Independent Colleges names school president to board

March 25, 2015
A national nonprofit that supports independent higher education institutions has selected a local academic leader to serve on its board of directors. Read More

University partners with purchasing company on workshops

March 24, 2015
A nationally recognized undergraduate program and a purchasing services provider have partnered to develop a workshop series on purchasing for management and supply chain professionals. Read More

Makerspace partners with community college

March 24, 2015
A nonprofit makerspace and community college are partnering to help give students more hands-on skilled trades experience. Read More

PR undergrad wins national Student of the Year title

March 23, 2015
A college public relations student beat out more than 100 of her peers to win PRWeek’s 2015 Student of the Year title. Read More

GRCC taps into training grant

Beer City will need ready-to-work employees in growing craft beer industry.

March 20, 2015
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Another Michigan college is entering the beer education game. Read More

Greater GR residents have a voice on issues

Survey of 3,000 captures perceptions and reveals geographic disparities.

March 20, 2015
The Johnson Center at Grand Valley State University has released the findings from a community survey to prompt discussion about disparities revealed by participating Grand Rapids residents. Read More

Shrinking number of teachers signals end of a dream career

LANSING — Many children aspiring to be teachers when they grow up could end up having a change of heart. Read More

Debate over two- and four-year degrees

There are benefits to both for job-seekers.

LANSING — This spring, thousands of students across Michigan will collect high school diplomas, with their sights set on higher education. Read More