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Wednesday, 03 October 2018 12:08

GVSU inks admissions deal with WMed

Grand Valley State University today signed an agreement that allows students who want to pursue a medical career to apply early to the Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine, also known as WMed.

Published in In the News

West Michigan’s economy remained in growth mode at mid-year, as a monthly industrial activity index recorded improvements in most categories.

Published in In the News

The economy in West Michigan continues to chug along even as companies start to feel the pricing effects of steel and aluminum tariffs.

Published in In the News
Friday, 09 March 2018 15:17

Longtime GVSU facilities exec retiring

James Moyer, Grand Valley State University’s longtime associate vice president for facilities planning, will retire as of March 31.

Published in In the News
Wednesday, 28 February 2018 12:21

GVSU President Haas to retire next year

Grand Valley State University President Tom Haas plans to retire in mid 2019.

Published in In the News

The Rapid’s second enhanced transit line connecting downtown Grand Rapids and Grand Valley State University’s Allendale campus can now move forward after clearing a key bureaucratic hurdle.

Published in In the News

Research indicating the start of a migration by West Michigan small businesses away from offering group health coverage stems in part from the option now available for individuals to buy coverage on their own through public health exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act.

Published in Health Biz

ALLENDALE — If there’s one constant with a school the size of Grand Valley State University, it’s that construction becomes a near ubiquitous occurrence on campus.

Published in Design Build

Construction on Grand Valley State University’s L. William Seidman Center at 38 Front Ave. is nearing an important milestone.

Published in In the News

The U.S. economy has grown in slow fits and spurts since bottoming out early in 2009, and that trend is likely to continue in 2012. Neither the Federal Reserve nor Washington’s politicians have any magic bullets to juice the economy. Instead, growth will be organic, generated internally by businesses and other employers as they respond to pent-up demand and higher levels of consumer confidence.

Published in Economic Development

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