Last week, Davenport University was honored to have Anil Singh-Molares, a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows (WWVF) visit campus. The WWVF program, operating for more than 40 years, brings prominent artists, diplomats, journalists, business leaders and other nonacademic professionals to campuses across the U.S. for substantive dialog with students and faculty members. “This is a tremendous honor for Davenport University,” stated Dr. Pamela Imperato, Dean for the Donald W. Maine College of Business at Davenport. “Mr. Singh-Molares shared his unique perspectives on global business issues and entrepreneurship with our students, faculty and guests. We are excited for the opportunity this represents for our students that will further enhance their studies.”
Quick Facts about the visit:
Throughout the week, students had opportunities to engage with Singh-Molares on topics of entrepreneurship, ethics and compassionate globalization within their classrooms and at events on the W. A. Lettinga, Lansing and Holland campuses. In addition, he presented at three events held on the Davenport’s W.A. Lettinga Campus for all students, faculty and staff, alumni and members of the larger community.
Learn more about his Anil and the overview of his talks on the DU website.
Thank you to our community partners and connections:
- M.E. Davenport Foundation
- West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum
- Cascade Engineering
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Haworth – Sustainability Division
- Gordon Water System
- Huntington Bank
- Grace Bible College
- Kyper College
- Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- At Holland Campus – 6 non-profits from United Way to LUAP