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Student Involvement

Economics students lead and participate in several student organizations that foster community and build professional competence.

Student Organizations

Economics Club

The Economics Club provides a variety of activities to help students understand the role of economics in business and academia. Activities include field trips, visits from economics alumni, networking and socializing opportunities. See Prof. Haney for more information about the club and its schedule.

Calvin Business Forum

The mission of the Calvin Business Forum is to introduce students to the business community and to help students define how to be a Christian in the business world. CBF activities include the annual fall business event, which serves as a thank-you for internship sponsors and as a networking opportunity for students. Throughout the school year, CBF brings in speakers from the business world for presentations to students and interested faculty.

Student Research Opportunities

McGregor Summer Research Fellowship Program

Faculty Research Assistant