The Seidman College of Business at Grand Valley State University is the dynamic growing business school located in the heart of the greater Grand Rapids business community. Seidman's Faculty and Staff are dedicated to helping our students and our West Michigan business partners grow and prosper both in and out of the classroom.

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West Michigan Healthcare Economic Forecast

West Michigan Healthcare Economic Forecast

January 9, 2015 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM

2nd Floor Multipurpose Room 301 Fulton Street West, Grand Rapids Order of Events: 7:30 a.m. Breakfast 8:00 a.m. Welcome Thomas J. Haas - President, Grand Valley State University Jean...

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Grand Rapids ranks as No. 4 'smartest' city in US

Grand Rapids ranks as No. 4 'smartest' city in US

November 24, 2014

Grand Rapids is among the Top 10 Smartest Cities in the country.

GVSU adds Laker flair to farm-to-table concept

GVSU adds Laker flair to farm-to-table concept

November 17, 2014

With roots tracing back to a student-led initiative in 2008, a Grand Valley State University sustainable agricultural project serves up locally grown produce in meals on campus.

YMCA breaks ground on new $30M facility in Cascade

YMCA breaks ground on new $30M facility in Cascade

November 03, 2014

When all is said and done, next fall West Michigan will be home to a new YMCA unlike any other in the country.

Amway Grand Plaza undergoes $14M facelift

Amway Grand Plaza undergoes $14M facelift

October 28, 2014

Just shy of its 100-year anniversary, which takes place in 2016, Amway Grand Plaza is undergoing a $14 million renovation project that focuses on business travelers.

Developers target Grand Rapids' 'next great neighborhood'

Developers target Grand Rapids' 'next great neighborhood'

October 23, 2014

The historic Creston neighborhood in northeast Grand Rapids is set to see three projects under development that will create new apartments, a rooftop bar and retail space  which city officials believe will help transform the area.

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