April 19, 2017

Business School of the Future

The Arthur F. and Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies

The Arthur F. and Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies, which opened Jan. 17, is a “big-league” home for the Providence College School of Business in the view of its dean, Dr. Sylvia Maxfield. A distinct facility of learning, teaching, collaboration, and community, the Ryan Center features a two-story atrium, a finance lab, nine classrooms, a 125-seat auditorium, study and collaboration spaces, and a café. In this view of the Palmisano Atrium, the finance lab — with a study/collaboration area on top — is seen at rear. Formerly Dore Hall, the Ryan Center underscores the PCSB’s commitment to “a business education that’s deeply integrated with the liberal arts,” says Maxfield.

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