Engaging students, faculty, and the broader business community
The Calvin Center for Innovation in Business (CCIB) engages students, faculty, and the broader business community to support and develop the Calvin University business department, raising the level of business education and scholarship at Calvin University to ensure students are well-equipped for lives of service and leadership in business.
Grants & Fellowships
CCIB provides ongoing support of scholarship and engagement through faculty fellowships and grants.
Calvin Action Projects (CAP)
Calvin student act as consultants for real companies, gaining experience and providing a valuable service.
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Calvin University receives $22.25 million gift to launch School of Business
Less than a year after changing its name, Calvin University is adding its first school: the Calvin University School of Business. University leaders hope the new school is the first of many.
News & Stories, May 14, 2020
Business Partners Awards Luncheon focuses on biblical stewardship
On Tuesday, September 19, accomplished entrepreneur and business leader Ron Blue will give the keynote address: “From Main Street to Wall Street: Two Worlds, Two Different Languages.”
News & Stories, September 15, 2017
Young Women's Business Institute helps high schoolers envision a future in business
In June, the Calvin Center for Innovation in Business hosted its Young Women’s Business Institute, a program for students entering their junior or senior year of high school.
News & Stories, June 28, 2017
Business Partners Awards Luncheon focuses on employee engagement
On Tuesday, Sept. 22, Calvin College will honor businesses and individuals that have partnered with the college's business program.
News & Stories, September 17, 2015
Business Matters | The Banner
Let’s face it: business has an image problem. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, businesses in the United States gained 732,000 jobs in 2014. Business growth is clearly leading the U.S.’s economic recovery. And yet a recent Gallup study asking Americans to rate the honesty and ethical standards of various professions found that the only ones ranked lower than businesspeople were politicians—specifically members of Congress.
News & Stories, September 1, 2015
Calvin hosts Symposium on Common Grace in Business
Theologians, scholars and business people convened at Calvin College for conversations about the application of Abraham Kuyper’s theological work on common grace to the business world.
News & Stories, November 1, 2014
Menlo Innovations CEO keynotes Calvin's Business Partners Awards Luncheon
The event honors business and individuals that have partnered with the college's business program to create outstanding learning opportunities for students.
News & Stories, October 7, 2014
Jason Hanson talks faith, football
On Monday, September 16, 2013, former Detroit Lions kicker Jason Hanson gave a speech titled "Faith, Vocation and 21 years in the NFL" at Calvin College's annual Business Partners Awards Luncheon.
News & Stories, September 23, 2013