Ferris State University

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Ferris State University

A Michigan university next fall will begin offering classes toward a bachelor’s degree in social justice.

The program at Ferris State University will be a collaboration between the colleges of arts and sciences, business and health professions.

“The timing of this program’s inauguration is good, as it will allow students to connect what they have learned to their society and become agents of change,” said Bobby Fleischman, provost and vice president of academic affairs.

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Ferris State University

  Ferris State University hosts a virtual open house tomorrow, Steve Reifert, Dean of External Affairs, to discuss how it happens and why.

Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts
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The implementation of stay-home orders back in March closing museum doors has financially impacted Grand Rapids’ U.I.C.A. The Urban Institute for Contemporary Art moved into its 2 Fulton West space in 2011 in the heart of Downtown Grand Rapids. There, four floors of studios and a state-of-the-art movie theater presented contemporary art and design and new media.

In 2013 in merged with Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University.

The COVID-19 pandemic prevented in-person programming for a period of time that was financially unsustainable.

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Ferris State University

 Ferris State University hosts a Virtual Open House for students this Wednesday, Steve Reifert, Dean of External and International programs eager to share the info!

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Ferris State University

 Ferris State University celebrates Winter with a collaboration with Boyne Mountain Resort, providing a unique opportunity for Ski Recreation Management students. We talk to FSU's Ski Recreation Management professor Karyn Kiio.

 

Administrators at Ferris State University say fall semester classes will be starting as scheduled even though many faculty members are going on strike. The strike by tenured teachers at the university in Big Rapids was beginning Monday after a Sunday negotiating session didn't result in a new contract agreement with the Ferris Faculty Association, which represents tenured teachers.

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The site plan for Grand Rapids’ $40 million Plaza Roosevelt is unveiled. WGVU takes a look at the details

When completed, Plaza Roosevelt will be a mixed-use development situated on two Grand Rapids city blocks on the east side of Grandville Avenue between Graham and Franklin Streets. 

What has been four years in the making and dubbed a $40 million “Neighborhood-Driven Development,” Habitat for Humanity of Kent County is taking the lead.