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KCON to host documentary, panel discussions about patient safety

KCON will host screenings of "To Err is Human" and discussions in two locations September 25.

The cast of "King Lear."

Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival celebrates 25th anniversary with "silver coronation" events

Festival events will take place September 28-November 3, beginning with "King Lear."

The Laker Marching Band performing during the 2017 ArtPrize opening ceremony.

President Haas, Laker Marching Band, Dance Company to kick off ArtPrize 10

The ArtPrize opening ceremony will take place September 19 in Grand Rapids.

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Conference will focus on building healthy communities

MIPERC will host its 11th annual conference September 20-21 on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

A portrait of Heather Gerken

Hauenstein Center to host dean of Yale Law School

The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies will host Heather Gerken, dean of Yale Law School.

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Library exhibit uplifts new students

The exhibit remains on display through September 23.

Alan Steinman retrieves a large PVC pipe sample tray from the waters of Muskegon Lake.

GVSU researchers investigate biological, chemical effects of microplastics

Grand Valley researchers are exploring the genomic and chemical impact of microplastics in water. 

Author Kaveh Akbar

Acclaimed authors to discuss their craft during annual Writers Series

The series will spotlight eight renowned authors during multiple events beginning September 17.

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Technology Showcase to celebrate five-year anniversary

The Atomic Object Technology Showcase will celebrate on Friday, September 14, with an open house.

An aerial photograph of the Glenn A. Niemeyer Living and Learning Center.

Celebration to highlight 10th anniversary of Niemeyer opening

The Honors College will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Niemeyer Living Center on Sept. 18.