Higher Education

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College appoints CIO

July 25, 2017
A local college has hired its interim co-chief information officer to take over the role permanently. Read More

Grand Rapids ranks as 73rd 'most-educated' metro in US

July 25, 2017
When it comes to an educated population, the Grand Rapids metro falls squarely in the middle of a new ranking. Read More

College installs new artificial turf on soccer field

July 24, 2017
A college has installed a new synthetic turf on the field in its 1,400-seat soccer stadium. Read More

College plans $12M tech center project downtown

July 18, 2017
A local college will invest more than $12 million to update and expand its 25-year-old technology lab downtown. Read More

Law school hosting panel on human trafficking

July 18, 2017
| By AP
Several community leaders are expected to participate in a panel discussion on human trafficking on Wednesday. Read More

College plans $70M building downtown

July 17, 2017
A local college plans to construct a $70-million building downtown to accommodate growing demand for health care education. Read More

Inside Track: Building a brotherhood

GRCC professor, counselor, author founded fraternity for empowering black males to succeed.

July 14, 2017
Andre Fields knows firsthand the painful combination of poverty, fatherlessness and systemic racism that haunts many of his black male students. Read More

Attorneys win Distinguished Brief Award

July 12, 2017
A law school publication in the region will recognize three West Michigan attorneys for their work in filing scholarly briefs before the Michigan Supreme Court. Read More

Attorney general: Schools with Native American mascots can't lose state aid

July 12, 2017
| By AP
LANSING — The superintendent of Michigan schools doesn't have authority to cut off tax dollars to districts with Native American mascots. Read More

School district hosting job fair

July 10, 2017
A local school district is producing a job fair this month to fill a wide range of positions. Read More