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In the Martin J. Whitman School of Management building, students monitor stock market transactions and learn about global outreach in the international marketplace. In the Falcone Entrepreneurship Center, you'll be encouraged to incubate a business, and the first-floor Career Center will help you prepare for and secure internships and jobs. The Ballentine Investment Center is where students are trained to monitor and analyze real-time financial market data and is the home of the Orange Value Fund, a 2-year program in which students manage a $1.5 million value-oriented mutual fund.
Ground Broken:April 30, 2003
Dedicated:April 8, 2005
Building Occupied:January 2005Cost:$39-40 million
Funding:Private donations and $3 million from the State of New York
Named for:Martin J Whitman, Class of 1949
Architects:Bruce S. Fowle, SU alumnus, of FXFOWLE ArchitectsLocation:University Avenue, between Marshall and East Adams StreetsSpace:160,000 square feet
The Whitman School of Management Building replaced the old School of Management Building as the home of the Whitman School of Management. It was constructed with 22 classrooms, a 200-seat auditorium, 40 team rooms, 2 computer clusters, 74 faculty officers, an investment research center and a 3-story 4000 square foot grand hall. The building included many environmentally conscious features in its roofing, heating and use of recycled materials.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Syracuse University Campus Tour