Ferris State University
We’re a long way from the log cabins in which Ferris State University founder Woodbridge N. Ferris was born, way back in 1853. But the university he and his wife Helen founded as the Big Rapids Industrial School in 1884 hasn’t really strayed all that far from its roots. It’s still no-nonsense technology, but with an eye toward tomorrow.
Matt’s headed out on the road again for a Fall Tech Tour of Michigan university technology that will soon turn into Michigan businesses and jobs.
Registration is open for fall classes in numerous bachelor’s degree programs through the University Center at St. Clair County Community College.
Ferris State University’s Board of Trustees has voted to increase tuition at the Big Rapids school by 2.5 percent.
Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell called for a state takeover of the permit and site selection process for wind turbines at Ferris State University’s fifth annual Michigan Energy Conference Thursday.
Ferris State University’s fifth annual Michigan Energy Conference — relocated to Grand Rapids and compressed to a single day for 2012 — has issued a call for presentations.
GLITR Editor Matt Roush takes a look at some of the top tech programs at the Big Rapids school, one of Michigan’s oldest science-based institutions
“U.S.News & World Report” released the 2012 edition of Best Colleges, with several Michigan schools making the cut.
GLITR’s Fall 2011 Tech Tour takes off across Michigan’s campuses
A blunt assessment of America’s energy problems from Congress’ just-retired “Mr. Science” kicked off Day Two of the Michigan Energy Conference at Ferris State University Wednesday.