Robert Brvenik Center for Business Education
A State-of-the-Art Facility for Learning and Research
Named for a Trustee and major benefactor of the University, the Robert Brvenik Center for Business Education is a state-of-the-art facility that houses Utica's innovative programs in:
- Business Economics
- Health Studies Management
- Risk Management and Insurance
- Sports Management
- MBA in General Management
- MBA in Economic Crime and Fraud Management
- MBA in Professional Accountancy
Teaching and Learning Facilities
The Brvenik Center for Business Education features:
- First Source Federal Credit Union Trading Room
Previously located in Hubbard Hall, this amazing facility includes computer workstations loaded with financial software, smart boards, and a real-time stock ticker
- Two state-of-the-art MBA classrooms
Learning spaces designed for our blended MBA program, featuring advanced video conferencing capabilities
- Seminar style classrooms
- Meeting spaces
- Student lounges
A Great Neighborhood
The Brvenik Center is part of Utica University's Clark City Center, one of the most recognizable high-rise structures in the City's financial district, within walking distance of major employers and potential internship sites, including Adirondack Bank, Utica National Insurance, and others.
Faculty / School Offices
Housed in the first floor of the Brvenik Center are the Offices for the School of Business and Justice Studies.
The facility includes offices for the following faculty:
Business and Economics Faculty
- Atasi Basu, Ph.D.
- Donna Dolansky MBA
- Richard G. Fenner, Ph.D.
- Samuel Ferrara, Ph.D.
- Candace Grant, Ph.D.
- Glen A. Hansen, Ph.D.
- Zhaodan Huang, Ph.D.
- Margaret J. Morgan-Davie, Ph.D.
- Stephanie R. Nesbitt, J.D.
- Brett Orzechowski, M.S.
- Stephen G. Peek, II, M.B.A.
- Thomas A. Rossi, D.B.A.
- Mehmet Sencicek, Ph.D.
- Chris Tingley Ph.D.
Public Relations Faculty
Transportation and Parking
Students attending classes in the Brvenik Center can take advantage of quick, easy (and free) shuttle service between Utica University's main campus and the Center. Shuttles run in coordination with course schedules in both locations so that students can arrive in class comfortably on time.
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