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Researchers find rate of Michigan uninsured drops below 10 percent

Researchers said there are still barriers to affording health care and prescription drug coverage.

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Partnership benefits talent pipeline, patients

Grand Valley and Mary Free Bed celebrated an expanded partnership at CHS January 11.

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Art Gallery exhibit, events to explore the ebb and flow of artist's creative process

The opening reception for "Ebb & Flow" will take place January 18.

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Keynote addresses will highlight King commemoration week on campus

Monday's events include social justice session, campus lunch, march and keynote by April Reign.

Grants from LDFA will support several projects at Grand Valley, including two that focus on developing medical devices.

GVSU receives grants to support high-tech projects

The grants support the design and development of medical devices.

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GVSU, Mary Free Bed to announce expanded partnership

Leaders from the institutions said the expansion will strengthen the health care talent pipeline.

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Johnson Center experts identify 11 trends in philanthropy for 2018

Johnson Center experts identified 11 trends they expect to see in the nonprofit sector in 2018.

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Memorial service planned on campus for professor emeritus Robert Mayberry

A memorial service for Mayberry will take place January 12 at 3:30 p.m. in the Cook-DeWitt Center.

The Seidman College of Business is located in the L. William Seidman Center on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

GVSU economist: 2017 ends with solid growth

Brian Long said the local employment index has seen double-digit growth for 11 straight months.

Predicted model of PM-Nato3 (blue) interacting with it's binding partner (green) on the DNA double helix.

GVSU receives grant to research cure for Parkinson's disease

The research project will test if a modified protein can stunt the toxicity of Parkinson's disease.