Fifteen Michigan colleges and universities have made the Princeton Review’s list of 155 “Best of the Midwest” institutions, released this week.
Four college teams topped 1,000 miles per gallon in specially designed vehicles they built during the SAE “Supermileage” event June 6-7 at Eaton’s Proving Grounds in Marshall.
Calvin College is cutting 22 faculty and staff positions as the Christian liberal arts school looks to cut long-term expenses and its 2013-14 budget.
Dorothy Graham, a world renowned speaker and software tester, will discuss five intelligent mistakes made in the software testing industry and how to avoid them during the Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference held at Calvin College on April 29.
There are more than 2,200 four-year colleges in the United States. This year, seven Michigan schools have been included in the resource that millions of parents, counselors, and college-bound students have turned to for more than 25 years — the Fiske Guide to Colleges.
Given the cost of fuel, collegiate teams in SAE International’s Supermileage engineering competition could be the envy of many drivers who are experiencing sticker shock at the pumps.
The provosts and nursing administrators from Grand Valley State University, Hope College and Calvin College have signed agreements to streamline placements for nursing students from the two colleges within Grand Valley’s advanced degree nursing programs.
“U.S.News & World Report” released the 2012 edition of Best Colleges, with several Michigan schools making the cut.