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Labovitz School of Business and Economics, c. 2008

First Floor

The first floor contains three 60-seat classrooms and a 30-seat classroom. The 133-seat lecture hall is also located on this floor, as well as the Financial Markets Program laboratory. The Student Affairs offices, the Internship Program offices and the Technology Program offices are located on this floor, in addition to a seminar room. Several break-out rooms used for team projects and the LSBE Board Room are also on the first level.

Second Floor

The second floor contains three 40-seat classrooms and one 30-seat classroom. There are also a 35-seat instructional computer laboratory and an open technology laboratory on this level. Administrative offices and the Dean's conference room, as well as the Bureau of Business and Economic Research, are also on the second floor. Finally, there are several break-out rooms used for team projects across from the classrooms.

Third Floor

The third floor contains departmental and faculty offices for the five departments within the Labovitz School of Business and Economics: Accounting, Economics, Finance and Management Information Sciences, Management Studies and Marketing. There are also two conference rooms on this level.

The School and its building are named after Sharon and Joel Labovitz from Duluth, who generously donated $4.5 million dedicated to the planning and construction of the new building.

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