Higher Education

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College builds $4M chapel

June 23, 2016
A college is breaking ground on a new $4-million chapel. Read More

Health systems sign LOI for 'affiliation'

June 20, 2016
A health system in the area is planning to join a major university health system in the state. Read More

Education degree is Cornerstone University’s first doctoral program

Dean focuses on getting it right for the sake of students and the school.

June 17, 2016
For the first time in its 75 years, Cornerstone University is offering a doctoral program. Read More

Inside Track: Andrew Haig specializes in building programs to rebuild patients’ lives

Mary Free Bed’s ‘dominant force’ in market is enough to capture attention of globetrotting rehab doctor

June 17, 2016
Dr. Andrew Haig’s passion for rehabilitation has taken him around the globe, where he helps build physical rehab programs in impoverished countries and mentors young doctors. Read More

College names dean of students

June 10, 2016
A local college has found its new dean of students. Read More

Nursing college partners with global information provider

June 7, 2016
Nursing students and faculty at a local college have the opportunity to work on new research projects, thanks to a partnership with a global provider of health care information. Read More

Hospital develops residency program

June 2, 2016
A local hospital is rolling out a residency program for physicians interested in becoming board-certified in physical medicine — or as a physiatrist. Read More

College names director of local history office

May 30, 2016
A college has named the new director of its local history office. Read More

Inside Track: Ashamed no longer, Schottke leads students on career path

ABC’s director of workforce development knows firsthand that college is not the only predictor to success.

May 27, 2016
Growing up with a professor for a father, Jen Schottke used to feel ashamed she didn’t finish her college degree. Read More

Snyder names West Michigan leaders to 21st Century Education Commission

May 27, 2016
Governor Rick Snyder has appointed several West Michigan leaders to the state’s 21st Century Education Commission. Read More