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Melanie Daniel, Padnos Distinguished Artist-in-Residence

"Landscape painter of weird narratives" to discuss art and international inspirations during upcoming event

The presentation will take place March 28 on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

President Thomas J. Haas

Haas supports recommendations from business leaders for improving K-12 education

Business Leaders for Michigan studied best practices of states with high student performance.

Students testing their hover craft during a Science Olympiad competition.

1,200 local students compete in STEM challenges during annual Science Olympiad

More than 60 local schools were represented by student competitors during the event.

student in chemistry lab

Biochemistry major selected for Posters on the Hill competition

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

President Thomas J. Haas

President Haas to speak at education policy summit

Haas will join other education leaders March 23 at "The Solutions Summit: An Educated Michigan."

Eleanor Bartosh

IBM leaders to discuss company's design thinking approach during upcoming event

"IBM Design Thinking: Activating Design Thinking at Scale" will take place March 29.

Eberhard Center

Genomic medicine is focus of colloquy and conference

The annual DeVos Medical Ethics Colloquy and preceding conference will focus on genomes.

headshot, Victor Strecher

Presenter at Wesorick Lectureship will discuss purposeful life

Victor Strecher will discuss living a purposeful life after he thought his world had ended.

Christa Wright as Nickles/Lucifer (left) and Kevin McCasland (right) as Mr. Zuss/God in "J.B."

Performances of "J.B." to question traditional views of mankind and religious belief

Performances of "J.B." will take place March 23-31.

WGVU Public Media

WGVU to address racial disparities through community engagement

The Kellogg Foundation provided a grant for workshops on civic engagement for community leaders.