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Athletic training major donates bone marrow

Alexis French was in China for a study abroad program when she learned she was an exact match.

Jordan Vanderham

Student startup team interviewed by Shark Tank personality

A student entrepreneur won the Miller Lite #TrapTheFuture competition and $20,000 in prize money.

A photo of a tracking device built for researchers who study wildlife.

Newest class of engineers display industry projects

About 20 design projects were on display that were completed by 116 students.

The L. William Seidman Center in downtown Grand Rapids houses the Seidman College of Business.

GVSU economist: Slower growth for local economy

Brian Long said six months of disappointing car sales is finally affecting the local economy.

Tim Evans pictured with his fellow crewmembers inside HERA.

Professor spends 45 days in NASA simulated space mission

NASA will use the research collected during the mission to prepare for future explorations to Mars.

WGVU Public  Media has launched WGVU-PBS KIDS 24/7, which features education programming around the clock.

WGVU launches 24/7 kids channel

WGVU PBS KIDS 24/7 is available on channels 35.2/52.2 and as a live stream on pbskids.org.

The SmartBurner has been installed in kitchenettes in the Holton-Hooker Learning and Living Center.

Safety feature being tested in housing units

Facilities Services is testing a device that turns off stove burners when it senses a fire hazard.

From left: Eric Haas, President Thomas J. Haas, Sarah (Haas) Wrenn, Gregory Haas.

President Haas featured in Fleet Reserve publication

The feature article highlights Haas' service in the Coast Guard and as a leader in higher education.

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Scholars give presentations at showcase

Nearly 40 students gave oral and poster presentations during the annual Summer Scholars Showcase.

Key grip Austin Stuk attaching the car mount for a camera onto a pickup truck.

23rd annual Summer Film, "For the Birds," wraps production

The 23rd annual Summer Film Project wrapped production on July 28 after two weeks of filming.