Sustainable Community Development

sustainable community development

Facilities

Bozzuto Center for Entrepreneurship

Located at 22 Castle St., the Center is a student workspace designed to host hackathons, social innovation challenges, seminars and events that draw individuals to downtown Geneva. The Center is home to the Entrepreneurial Studies and Sustainable Community Development Programs and serves as a hub for connecting students and faculty with area entrepreneurs and community members.

Bozzuto Center

Finger Lakes Institute

The Finger Lakes Institute (FLI) at Hobart and William Smith Colleges is dedicated to the promotion of environmental research about the Finger Lakes and surrounding environments. The institute, located on campus, offers a variety of programs each semester. To learn more about the variety of ways students integrate FLI into their educational programs, visit the FLI’s website.

FLI

Fribolin Farm

HWS Fribolin Farm offers opportunities to engage with our food system, the campus and our surrounding community. Since acquiring the farm in 2013, faculty and staff have incorporated the HWS Fribolin Farm into the curriculum and student experience in many ways. Some faculty have directly used the farm in their course work, with many additional students gaining experience at the farm due to co-curricular experiences, independent studies, work studies, and service opportunities. HWS Fribolin Farm has classroom, meeting, kitchen, and growing project space.

Fribolin Farm