Sponsors

We would like to thank all of our sponsors for making this event possible. 

Farm Club Student Group - Farm Club is an organization of students who are interested in farming and agriculture. We hope to enrich the Grand Valley campus and surrounding communities with agrarian education and experiences.   

Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies - The Brooks College goals are developing innovative, integrative interdisciplinary curriculum, providing high quality international education for our students, supporting the university in becoming a model of sustainable practice, and developing strong connections with our surrounding communities through our Area Studies, Liberal Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Environmental Studies, and Continuing Education programs.

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) - The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is a student-centered and diverse learning community that engages in critical inquiry, extending knowledge to enrich and enliven individual and public life. Created in July 2004, CLAS is the largest of GVSU's colleges and offers almost 50 bachelors degrees (and a growing number of advanced degrees) in the natural and mathematical sciences, humanities, the fine and performing arts, and the social sciences.

College of Community and Public Service - The College of Community and Public Service (CCPS) at Grand Valley State University is one of the University’s three largest colleges, offering over 20 bachelor degrees and four master degrees. The CCPS is committed to teaching scholarship, research, community engagement, and service. Upon graduation within one of their bachelor programs, students will have the opportunity to work within many fields including: Criminal Justice; Social Work; Hospitality and Tourism Management; Public, Nonprofit, and Health Administration

Sustainable Community Development Initiative - The purpose of the Sustainable Community Development Initiative is to provide the necessary skills, analytical tools, and resources to address global, national, regional, and local sustainability issues. We offer courses, programs, internships, and project activities that promote awareness about sustainable development and how sustainability best practices can be applied to gain progress against these ongoing issues.

Business Ethics Center - The mission of the Business Ethics Center (BEC) at Grand Valley State University's Seidman College of Business is to examine the role and influence of business in public life, to promote inquiry into ethical business practices and education, and to be a leading resource for business persons, students, faculty members, and administrators who seek to understand the relationship between business, the common good, and a life well lived.

Frederik Meijer Honors College - The Frederik Meijer Honors College at Grand Valley State University offers a distinctive learning community and extraordinary opportunities for academically motivated students. It combines the best of the liberal arts college tradition with the resources, facilities, and affordability of a major state university. 

Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence - At Grand Valley State University, research, scholarship, and creative activity are essential components of the university’s mission as an institution of higher learning. Excellence in teaching at the university level depends upon active scholarship by faculty members. Through basic and applied research, artistic expression and performance, and other forms of scholarship, GVSU faculty members contribute to the development and application of knowledge, create a dynamic environment for learning, and contribute to the economic progress of the region that it serves.

Environmental Studies - The Environmental Studies minor is designed to provide a broad interdisciplinary understanding of environmental issues for students in any major. Courses in the program will prepare students to develop effective, practical ways to address sustainability and environmental concerns.
 
Office for Community Engagement The Office for Community Engagement fosters partnerships through which direction, alignment, and commitment emerge. Our community and university collaborations cultivate mutually beneficial opportunities that employ assets, promote collective ownership and action, generate new knowledge, and resolve community challenges. Through these partnerships, we enhance our capacity to prepare students to shape their lives, their professions, and their societies.
 
 

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