A former office coordinator at Grand Valley State University who was charged with embezzlement in connection with the theft of more than $76,000 from the school has pleaded guilty in the case.

The Grand Rapids Press reports 44-year-old Lynnea MacGeorge faces sentencing March 14 after entering the plea this month to one count of embezzlement by an agent or trustee of $20,000 or more.

It's punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

A count of embezzlement of more than $50,000 but less than $100,000 will be dropped.

Federal funds recommended for Laker Line rapid bus system

Feb 11, 2016
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Organizers say a $57 million federal grant should cover a big chunk of a rapid transit bus system in the Grand Rapids area.

The Grand Rapids Press reports that Federal Transit Administration Acting Administrator Therese McMillan promoted the project Wednesday in a conference call.

She says the Laker Line will offer "faster and better service in an area where buses are often overcrowded."


Monthly we speak with guests on behalf of the GVSU College of Health Professions.   Today's guest is PT professor Lisa Kenyon, conducting very fascinating research on children with disabilities.


Jan 21, 2016
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Monthly TMS takes you to CLAS, GVSU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, where professors share their expertise. Today, Dr. Cara Ocobock from the Biomedical Sciences Department is here to discuss the upcoming Darwin Day.

GV G3 Camp

Jan 19, 2016

Applications are open for the 2016 GV G3 Camp, this engaging and fun opportunity for family connections. We discuss with guests from GVSU Regional Math and Science Center.

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Despite temperatures in the teens and blowing snow, hundreds gathered outside Zumberge Hall for a silent march commemorating the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

“The least we could to was come together, march in unity for that great cause that gave us some of the opportunities that we have today.”

That’s Bobby Springer, the Associate Director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs at GVSU.

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  GVSU study finds health care expenditures vary greatly across West Michigan and the availability of capital soars as banks compete for deals and new alternatives emerge.   


We talk about health with GVSU's Kirkoff College of Nursing.  Kimberly Fenbert joins us for a discussion on the GVSU Family Health Center.


Dec 18, 2015
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Every month the Morning Show takes you to Grand Valley’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Today, Professor Robert Henderson talks about advising and supporting first generation college students.

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We speak with experts from the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies.  Jeff Chamberlain and Connor Payne are here today to talk about the Meijer Honors College.