Mich. Child-Welfare Agency Plans Hiring Drive

Michigan’s child-welfare agency says it wants to hire more than 500 new college graduates as it tries to comply with an agreement to improve foster care, protective services and other responsibilities.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/04/2011

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Gov. Snyder Meets With 15 University Presidents

Gov. Rick Snyder says universities likely will have to sacrifice in the short run, but he wants to invest more in higher education when times get better.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/12/2011

U-M Enrollment Spikes This Fall

Enrollment at one of our state’s top universities is at an all-time high. That’s according to new totals out from the University of Michigan Office of the Registrar, which is reporting 41,924 students enrolled at […]


It's Time Again For The Fall Tech Tour

It’s the fall, and I’m headed back to school. Yep. It’s time again for the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report’s annual Fall Tech Tour of Michigan’s research universities. I’ll be spending the next eight […]


State Accepting Proposals For Water Funds Money

The state Department of Natural Resources and Environment is accepting proposals for projects to restore and protect Michigan wetlands, lakes and streams.


College Application Submits To Multiple Colleges

High school seniors have long dreamed of filling out one application for college, and submitting it across the country. Well, that dream is closer than ever, as the Common Application allows students to apply to […]


Report: Mich. Students Hurt By State Aid Cuts

A new report again draws attention to the effects of decreased state aid to Michigan’s public universities. The Michigan League for Human Services report Monday says state funding for universities was cut 9 percent between […]


SVSU Ranks As Least Expensive In Mich.

Saginaw Valley State University remains the least expensive of Michigan’s 15 public universities.