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Research project identifies needs of nonprofit sector

June 14, 2013

A new study from Grand Valley State University's School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, and the Johnson Center for Philanthropy reveals trends in the kind of professional development programming nonprofit organizations in Michigan need.

Student aquatic plant researcher wins presentation competition

May 24, 2013

Grand Valley State University senior Danielle Grimm recently won a student presentation competition at the Midwest Aquatic Plant Management Society's annual meeting in Cleveland, Ohio.

Grand Valley shares research at international wind energy conference

May 15, 2013

A group of faculty and staff members from Grand Valley attended the WINDPOWER Conference and Exhibition in Chicago May 6-8.

MAREC receives grant to study solar thermal systems

May 13, 2013

Grand Valley's MAREC received a grant from the Michigan Energy Office to study solar thermal system costs and efficiency improvements for use in Michigan's climate.

Graduate students present research

April 23, 2013

More than 30 graduate students presented posters of their research and scholarly activities at the Graduate Showcase.

AWRI researcher honored for Lake Michigan outreach efforts

April 22, 2013

Janet Vail, associate research scientist at Grand Valley State University's Annis Water Resources Institute in Muskegon, will be given the prestigious 2013 Jack Vallentyne Award by the International Association for Great Lakes Research.

MAREC readies for third research season of offshore wind study

April 10, 2013

A 'boatload of data' will be collected during the third and final research season of MAREC's offshore wind assessment.

Participants ready for Student Scholars Day

April 9, 2013

More than 400 students will be involved in presentations during the 18th annual Student Scholars Day, set for Wednesday, April 10.

AWRI, Notre Dame researchers to study pollutant transfer by migrating salmon

April 2, 2013

Two Grand Valley State University researchers, who have studied accumulation of contaminants in non-native salmon in the Great Lakes and tributary watersheds, are beginning a new research project with a team from the University of Notre Dame to see if variables in watershed landscapes impact contaminant levels in stream resident fish.

Professors help create state plan for Autism education

March 19, 2013

The Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorders Plan addresses needs of 16,000 students and 50,000 individuals living with ASD in Michigan.

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