The UM School of Business Administration encompasses the George W. Jenkins Building and the William and Elsa Stubblefield Classroom Building in one complex. The Stubblefield Building contains classrooms outfitted with the latest audio/video equipment, faculty offices, administrative areas, and conference rooms. The Sanford L. Ziff Graduate Career Services Center and the Alma Jennings Foundation/Carlos and Rosa de la Cruz Study Center comprise the lower floor of the Jenkins Building. The spacious Study Center includes several separate soundproof study rooms that easily accommodate study groups.
Advanced Learning Environment
The School of Business complex also includes the 300-seat Storer Auditorium, the James W. McLamore Executive Education Center, an MBA student lounge, and a state-of-the-art computer lab. The 300-seat auditorium accommodates business guest lecturers and student and faculty presentations, providing opportunities to enhance the learning experience. Classrooms incorporate state-of-the-art technology, including full computer network access at every student's seat, and projectors linked to a lectern with built in computer and Internet access.
A five-story, 12,000 square foot, Kosar/Epstein Faculty Office Wing is the latest addition to the School of Business complex. The top three floors contain 36 faculty offices and meeting rooms above a two story open breezeway for students along the adjacent waterway. The Faculty Office Wing was made possible through a lead naming gift from 1994 Alumnus of Distinction, Bernie Kosar (BBA '85) and his business associate David L. Epstein, founder of Precision Response Corporation.
State-of-the-Art Computer Labs
The Business School's modern computer labs feature 75 IBM personal computers with access to the Internet and the University's other on-line resources. Current software programs are available including word processing, spreadsheets, database management, presentation graphics, and the most recent statistical packages. The hours of operation accommodate students' class schedules. Additional computer facilities are located at the University's Ungar Computer Center.