Calvin's business department not only equips students to be leaders in their industries, but also produces quality scholarship to better understand and transform those industries.

Find out how Calvin's faculty and students have been contributing to the study of business.

Current and past research and scholarship

How to facilitate a ‘good fit’: Organizational socialization practices that facilitate virtuous organizational culture 2011 Brian Cawley McGregor Undergraduate Research Program
Managing Marketing from a Christian Perspective 2013, 2014 Cal Jen McGregor Undergraduate Research Program
Moral Openness and Ethical Leadership: An Interdisciplinary Study in Business Ethics 2012 McGregor Undergraduate Research Program
Study of the Trends in Book Publishing & Broader Society 2013 Tom Betts McGregor Undergraduate Research Program


Calvin Business Partners Award Luncheon

On Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, Calvin College hosted its annual Calvin Business Partners Awards Luncheon to honor businesses and individuals that had partnered with the college’s business program to create outstanding learning opportunities for students. Traditionally, the event engages the broader community in discussion about a topic of interest through a keynote address.

This year’s keynote speaker was Tracy Brower, author of Bring Work to Life by Bringing Life to Work and the global vice president of workplace vitality at Mars Drinks. Brower is an expert in organizational effectiveness and the sociology of work; how people impact their work-life, and how their work-life affects them. Watch her address below:

Brought to you by the Calvin Center for Innovation in Business.

Silicon Valley and the Spirit of Innovation

On October 5, 2015, Calvin College was honored to present Rev. Dr. Bruce D. Baker to talk about theological refractions on the history of California's culture of technological entrepreneurship.

Dr. Baker has extensive Silicon Valley work experience, holds five patents for his inventions in X-ray vision technology, has been ordained to pastoral ministry in the PC(USA), and is currently teaching business ethics at Seattle Pacific University. Watch her address below:

This lecture was sponsored by the Mellema Program in Western Studies and the Calvin Center for Innovation in Business.