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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: 2017 ends with solid growth

Brian Long said the local employment index has seen double-digit growth for 11 straight months.

Predicted model of PM-Nato3 (blue) interacting with it's binding partner (green) on the DNA double helix.

GVSU receives grant to research cure for Parkinson's disease

The research project will test if a modified protein can stunt the toxicity of Parkinson's disease.

A photo of a past FIRST Robotics competition.

Hundreds to gather for FIRST Robotics kick-off event at GVSU

FIRST Robotics teams from West Michigan high schools will learn about this year's game challenge.

President Thomas J. Haas

President Haas shares thoughts on the future of Grand Valley

President Haas spoke with a local business publication about the future of Grand Valley.

Gregory Sanial

GVSU appoints new vice president for finance

President Haas announced the appointment of Gregory Sanial as the new vice president for Finance.

Recent graduates from the College of Education who are teaching in underserved Michigan public school districts received enough free books to establish a classroom library.

New teachers receive free classroom libraries through GVSU literacy program

Graduates who are teaching in underserved Michigan districts received a $500 classroom library.

man on commencement stage, in gown

Economist article highlights work of alumnus

An article in the Economist highlighted the work of an alumnus and mayor of Tirana, Albania.

A photo montage from top stories.

Year in review: Top 17 stories of 2017

2017 has been a year full of unforgettable moments at Grand Valley.

The Graduate School recognized more than 40 graduate students with Dean's Citation Awards during a celebration December 8 on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

Grad students receive Dean's Citation Awards

The Graduate School recognized more than 40 graduate students during a celebration December 8.

A photo of a snowy tree on campus.

Holiday video: Lakers surprised with winter wonderland

The last weeks of classes can be stressful, so a group surprised students with some holiday cheer.