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The Seidman College of Business is located in the L. William Seidman Center on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

GVSU economist: Positive growth continues

Brian Long said the West Michigan economy is going strong and the trend should continue.

Graphic for HOMERathon

Grand Valley community will bring Homer's "Iliad" to life during 24-hour event

The HOMERathon will begin October 10 and conclude Wednesday, October 11.

A photo of last year's fall career fair

More than 230 employers to attend fall career fair

Nearly 2,000 students are expected to attend Grand Valley's Fall Career Fair October 19.

A photo of students and staff members at the Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center.

LGBT Center to celebrate 10-year anniversary

Two celebratory events are planned in October for the center, which opened in 2007.

Native American celebration features traditions, guest speakers

Native American celebration features traditions, guest speakers

The annual celebration will feature guest lecturers, a comedian and a student panel discussion.

Ed Garner, regional director of the West Michigan Small Business Development Center.

West Michigan business center names new regional director

The West Michigan Small Business Development Center named Ed Garner as its new regional director.

Ronald C. White, left; David Brooks, center; and Hauenstein Center director Gleaves Whitney, right.

Divisive politics leading to social, political crises, Hauenstein speakers say

Culture and trust in politics, in general, are on the decline, two Hauenstein Center speakers said.

Jim Hackett, right, president and CEO of Ford Motor Company, with Diana Lawson, dean of the Seidman College of Business.

Ford Motor Co. president says get 'in the stew' of what's emerging

Jim Hackett told students to surround themselves with people from different backgrounds.

Greetings from Grand Valley: Students send postcards to family and friends

Greetings from Grand Valley: Students send postcards to family and friends

More than 300 postcards were sent to people around the world in 15 countries and 19 states.

Photo of art piece in exhibit

Library exhibit examines big data through works of art

"Reading Time Across Words and Numbers" will be on display through October 29.