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Celebrations highlight diverse graduates

Five events were held; students received special stoles, cords or tassels.

Raleigh J. Finkelstein Hall opened for classes this week on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

Photos: Raleigh J. Finkelstein Hall is open for classes

Finkelstein Hall includes four classrooms, 15 teaching laboratories, a computer lab and offices.

Students enrolled in a forest ecosystem management class through Grand Valleyýs natural resources management program collected and analyzed forest vegetation data in Duncan Woods and Mulliganýs Hollow.

Students conduct research to help preserve two historical Grand Haven parks

The students examined the forest vegetation within Duncan Woods and Mulligan's Hollow.

Art by Abigail Cooper

Students use mobile devices to find inspiration to create art for exhibit

"A Selfie: The Body Extended" will be on display through in Mary Idema Pew Library through May 30.

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GVSU business program earns national recognition

Seidman's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Program has been designated as a Next-Gen Chapter.

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GVSU best in Michigan, Top 25 nationally among Gilman Fellowship-producing institutions for 2016-17

GVSU had more students earn Gilman Fellowships in '16-'17 than any other university in the state.

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PIC announces scholarship recipients

Eight students received scholarships to help fund their study abroad experiences.

Seidman College of Business

GVSU world trade conference focuses on global success

The Van Andel Global Trade Center will host a business conference May 9, focusing on global success.

Fourteen students in the hospitality and tourism management (HTM) program at Grand Valley are spending two weeks in France working at the Cannes International Film Festival.

GVSU students working at Cannes Film Festival

Fourteen hospitality and tourism management students are spending two weeks at the festival.

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GVSU economist: Summer looks strong

The stronger-than-usual performance of the West Michigan economy continues, said expert Brian Long.