The Freed-Hardeman University College of Business hosted an open house Friday, Jan. 31, at Brown-Kopel Business Center. The event gave them a chance to show off their new finance lab, technology upgrades, new digital signage and improved study rooms for collaborative learning.
"We are excited about these enhancements to the Brown-Kopel Business Center. Campus guests will enjoy the modern look and feel of the building. Students especially will benefit as they work in the transformative learning environment of the finance lab, collaborate on team assignments in the upgraded study rooms, and keep up-to-date with developments in the business world through digital signage and business network programming," Mark Steiner, dean of the College of Business, said.
The improvements were made possible by the Charles E. and Lillian D. Tibbals endowment fund and the earnings of the Clayton Investment Team, funded by Jim Clayton of Clayton Bancorp, Inc.