A professor at Ferris State’s Kendall College of Art and Design, Dow specializes in teaching graphic design in advertising. During her tenure at KCAD, Dow helped develop the annual New York seminar for graphic design students as well as the college’s new digital media program.
Hernandez first stumbled across industrial design when a friend mentioned that he was looking into the industrial design program at Western Michigan University. Now, Hernandez runs Tiger Studio, a product design firm based in Holland.
After completing an assignment in sixth grade that had him rifling through the help wanted ads in the local newspaper to find the job of his dreams, Pete Brand knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur.
Join MiBiz and other West Michigan employers on Oct. 31 for a free healthy breakfast event spotlighting the region's best practices in workplace wellness.
The notion sounds fairly simple: The more you pay attention to innovation, the more you innovate and grow your business.
As a father of five, Charlie Lott has a lot going on. Still, on top of his commitments to his family, Lott continues to give his time and professional skills to D.A. Blodgett — St. John’s.
As health care shifts from treatment of diseases to prevention, physicians will need more tools to determine patients’ predispositions toward diseases.
When Lori Slager saw a need in the community for a creative literacy program, she took action.
A new state program wants to make it easier for businesses to tap into the brainpower and resources at the state’s research universities.
John Wheeler has roots firmly planted in the Grand Rapids community.
Although the iLabs Innovation Index from the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Center for Innovation Research rose by over 5 points in the first quarter of 2012, the post-recession recovery has been volatile at best.
Orville Crain had what he believed was a great idea, but he needed some help.
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