The Whitman School may be on summer vacation but it’s bustling with construction activity. The stairwell flooring is being replaced, and the Flaum Grand Hall is being renovated to accommodate larger groups and events that are typical for the space. In addition, the Falcone Center’s Couri Hatchery on the first floor is now getting a facelift.
Faculty members are hard at work on research, course preparation and some are traveling to conferences. Others are teaching in special summer programs and residencies, including the MBA@Syracuse’s residency happening in Seoul, South Korea in July.
The Whitman Visitors Center continues to greet prospective undergraduate students and several recruitment events are on tap for the coming weeks.
Stay in touch with Whitman this summer on social media:
- Underperforming Companies Lose Focus On Innovation - September 22, 2020
- Funded Research on Diversity and Inclusion in Business and Management - September 8, 2020
- Students Honored with D’Aniello Internships - June 25, 2020