Gilliam Center for Free Enterprise

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Bob Subrick

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A central value of the Gilliam Center for Free Enterprise is educating students on the liberties and principles outlined in the Founding documents (Constitution and the Bill of Rights) where the principles of the American Founders continue to undergird a free society. The mission of the Center is to foster, develop and assist current and future business leaders in creating and improving ethical, effective, and sustainable organizational cultures and decision-making climates through curriculum development, knowledge accumulation and dissemination activities, and provision of resources.

Web Presence


Involves Faculty, Involves Staff, Involves Students, Involves Participants External to JMU


The Gilliam Center was established in August 2007, thanks to a generous gift from Leslie ('82) and Richard Gilliam.


Ongoing (Currently in existence, year round)

Primary Focus of Program

Community and Economic development

Benefits for Faculty, Students, Community, and Institution

Students develop an appreciation for free enterprise systems globally.

Areas of Engagement

Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Engaged Learning


Department or Center

On/Off campus

On campus

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