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Speech Lab staff wins major awards in national research competition

The competition occurred at the National Association of Communication Centers' annual conference.

Biochemistry major selected for Posters on the Hill competition

Uyen Pham, a junior majoring in biochemistry, has had a great month.

GVSU researchers create trustworthiness index of Michigan's largest publicly-held companies

Professors analyzed performances in five categories including reputation, leadership and ethics.

Johnson Center experts identify 11 trends in philanthropy for 2018

Johnson Center experts identified 11 trends they expect to see in the nonprofit sector in 2018.

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.

Raising nearly $1.3 billion since inception, giving circles effectively engage all types of donors, new study finds

A report on charitable giving has found that collective giving is growing diversity in philanthropy.

GVSU study: Huron River contributes $78.6 million to southeast region annually

GVSU and the Huron River Watershed Council researched the economic impact of the Huron River.

Professor leads team of journalists and students to investigate global lottery industry

The investigation examines repeat lottery winners, money trails and who controls the industry.

Students harvest hundreds of pounds of honey from bees on campus

Members of the GVSU Beekeepers harvested, extracted and bottled more than 360 pounds of honey.

New endowed fund will help with high-return water research

A new endowed fund created by Allen and Helen Hunting will help with groundbreaking water research.