QST Consultations Ltd., a clinical research company specializing in clinical study design, data management, statistical analysis, and medical writing services, has announced that it is now a partially employee-owned company through the establishment of an Employee Stock Ownership Plan.
Grand Valley State University President Thomas J. Haas and West Shore Community College President Charles T. Dillon signed a transfer agreement that will help students who transfer to Grand Valley complete an associate degree at WSCC.
At a time when measuring performance and results of higher education are dominating discussion, Grand Valley State University’s annual Accountability Report shows the university is excelling in key areas. The university released the report at last week’s Board of Trustees meeting.
Student computer programmers from across the region will gather Nov. 3 at Grand Valley State University to compete in the regional segment of the world’s most prestigious programming competition, the annual IBM-sponsored Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest.
A group of Grand Valley State University engineering students who designed and built a special motorized swing for students with special needs will deliver and set up their project this week.
Students, faculty and staff members at Grand Valley State University can rent a vehicle by the hour through the WeCar Car Sharing Membership Program beginning Monday, Oct. 15.
The Sustainable Agriculture Project at Grand Valley State University added a second hoop house to its farming space, providing more opportunities for students to learn about sustainable agriculture.
That advanced math class can come in handy. Officials with the city of Boston, Mass., are now testing a new app designed to detect potholes, and a Grand Valley State University math professor and student had a hand in its design.
Hundreds of international scholars, scientists and students of Big History will convene in Grand Rapids, when Grand Valley hosts the association’s inaugural conference August 2-5, with sessions in Grand Rapids and Allendale.
Gov. Rick Snyder signed a bill Monday in Detroit that gave final approval for Grand Valley State University’s proposed science lab, classroom and office building.