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Steve VanderVeen, PhD
Professor of Management &
Director, Center for Faithful Leadership

Univ. of Illinois at Chicago, 1995
Western Michigan University, 1985
Calvin College, 1982

Areas of Expertise:
• Leadership
• Entrepreneurship
• Management/Marketing

Research Interests:
• Business & Social Entrepreneurship
• Local Business History
• Faith-based Experiential Learning
Selected Publications:
• Marty Lynn, Michael J. Naughton, Steve VanderVeen (2010), "Connecting Religion and Work," Human Relations, May 2004, pp. 675-701.

Academic/professional activities:
• CFL’s Student Consulting
• CFL’s Entrepreneurial Development
• CFL’s Integrated Learning

In 2009, Christian Business Faculty Association Johnson Award for scholarly contributions toward integrating the Christian faith and business.






































Professor VanderVeen joined the Hope College faculty in 2004, although his teaching career began in 1989 at Calvin College. Prior to teaching, Professor VanderVeen was a stockbroker. In August 2007, he took the role of director of the Center for Faithful Leadership at Hope. He teaches various project-based leadership courses and serves students in the center's entrepreneurial development and student consulting programs.
(616) 395-7574

Office Hours:
Contact Sarah Kolean, kolean@hope.edu, for an appt.