Recently, Mequon's Planning Commission approved for the new Concordia University Wisconsin School of Business.
It is expected to be 85,311 square feet, running 110 feet long and 175 feet wide. The project anticipates adding 65 new parking spaces. Its features contain classrooms, lecture halls, offices, and an exhibit dedicated to Wisconsin entrepreneurs.
According to President Patrick T. Ferry, "More should be attributed, however, to an entrepreneurial culture that motivates us to take a lead in higher education, innovation, and delivery."
Dan Sem, Dean of the School of Business remarked, "The Wisconsin Entrepreneur Exhibit will tell the story of all these Wisconsin companies, in hopes of inspiring the next generation of ethical business leaders, and to inform visitors as to why Wisconsin really is an entrepreneurial state, full of innovators who are changing the world!"
Roy Peterson, Vice President of Advancement, had this to say, "Some stories simply need to be told. These are stories that not only celebrate the past, but also inspire the future. These are the stories of Wisconsin entrepreneurs. These are the stories that will be told as part of a permanent exhibition at Concordia University Wisconsin."
This new building serves as an initial step in academic advancement for the university.
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