Colleges, universities, technical schools and training
As Michigan emerges from this year’s pandemic-induced recession, its largest research universities are poised to play an essential role, according to a new report.
Davenport University partnered with the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency to offer four-year scholarships to employees of nearly 400 veteran-friendly certified businesses and agencies in Michigan.
DETROIT — Michigan's largest school district will suspend in-person classes next week, joining other districts that have shifted to online-only classes as coronavirus cases rise significantly around the state, officials said Thursday.
DETROIT — The Michigan Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a dispute over public aid for private schools.
The Cornerstone University board of trustees last week announced the search plans for its next president.
Adejoke Ayoola, professor and chair of the nursing department at Calvin University, was inducted into the 2020 Class of Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing on Saturday.
Grand Valley State University is one of 19 universities in the country to join the third cohort of Aspire: The National Alliance for Inclusive & Diverse STEM Faculty.
The Gun Lake Tribe will donate $500,000 to Allegan County schools and county government to assist in the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Grand Rapids company is offering school districts the option of providing Wi-Fi to their students in the unlikeliest of places.
Kind words and tributes poured in from the community after the death of prominent donor, former U.S. ambassador and longtime businessman Peter Secchia on Oct. 21 at the age of 83.
Arts and history organizations and educational institutions in West Michigan were among 470 applicants to receive $9,168,440 in grants from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA.)
DETROIT — A commission on Monday released the 47,000-student Detroit Public Schools from more than a decade of state financial oversight, restoring full control of the district's finances to the city's elected school board.
The Grand Rapids Public School District has decided to continue with virtual learning for all of its classes until Jan. 4.
Davenport University has added two new members to its 11-member board of trustees and appointed two members to new leadership roles.
EAST LANSING — Merritt Norvell Jr., the first Black athletic director at Michigan State, has died. He was 79.
McDonald’s is partnering with Muskegon Community College to make college affordable and accessible to its employees.
Davenport University’s Institute for Professional Excellence (IPEx) in Grand Rapids is offering individuals the opportunity to improve their business skills.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Students in West Michigan and overseas collectively are able to learn at the same pace at Western Michigan Christian School (WMCS) with help from a local IT company.
A Kellogg Company snack brand is giving back to teachers.
Davenport University was awarded a new S-STEM grant for $647,527 from the National Science Foundation to recruit, retain, graduate and prepare 20 low-income and academically talented students to earn a Bachelor of Science in computer information systems or computer science.
Western Michigan University Cooley Law School’s Grand Rapids campus will close Aug. 31, pending approval by its accrediting agencies.
Muskegon Community College and Little River Casino Resort announced the creation of Seven Directions, a new management development program that will begin in January.
Muskegon Community College is partnering with the Michigan State University Department of Forestry, the Institute of Agricultural Technology and Bay College in Escanaba to create forestry certificate programs.
Grand Rapids Community College earned two U.S. Department of Education grants that total more than $3 million to support its TRIO/Student Support Services program.