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Biology researchers studying if bats can help control pests at apple orchards

The research has received backing from a grant awarded through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

GVSU economist: Marginal growth continues

Brian Long said he expects the local economy will return to steady slow growth in November.

Campus, public voice concerns about water at town hall

The event was co-sponsored by the Center for Michigan/Bridge Magazine.

Community forum focuses on Alzheimer's disease

The free event is November 11 at the L. William Seidman Center.

Hauenstein Center will host expert to discuss equality and the Declaration of Independence

Danielle Allen will speak about equality and the Declaration of Independence on November 6 at 7 p.m.

Sixth climate survey will open on November 14

The campus community will receive an email with a survey link on November 14.

Tonight's Fall Arts Celebration lecture canceled

Jill Lepore canceled due to illness.

FOIAFest to feature graduate who helped break Nassar sexual abuse story

The November 5 event is part of Grand Valley's Big Data Month.

Honors College to host conversation with Holocaust filmmaker

The Honors College will host a screening and discussion about a film that focuses on the Holocaust.

President Mantella introduces strategy for the future of GVSU

Mantella outlined the Reach Higher Together plan during the November 1 Board of Trustees meeting.