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Gretchen Johnson

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New Site for Executive Education

Fairleigh Dickinson University Announces Center for Executive Leadership at the Dolce Hamilton Park Conference Center

Madison, NJ (September 5, 2002) — Fairleigh Dickinson University has entered into a long term agreement with the Dolce Hamilton Park Conference Center, Florham Park, NJ, to provide its Silberman College of Business a location for its new Center for Executive Leadership.

The Center for Executive Leadership will be the new home of the College’s Executive MBA programs and will also serve as the host for a wide range of lectures, seminars, and other learning experiences for business leaders from across the State.

In announcing the new Center and its location, University President J. Michael Adams said, "The world-class learning environment at Dolce Hamilton Park provides a site specifically designed to maximize the learning experience for our students and corporate partners. The excellence of the programs matches the excellence of the facility."

Key learning services and amenities of the Dolce Hamilton Park include:Direct, high-speed internet access for each student; state-of-the art teaching technologies; mobile tele-conferencing; centralized message center; access to on-site health club during class days; and dining services.

David M. Steele, Dean of the Silberman College of Business, noted that the conference center is adjacent to the University's College at Florham in Madison, NJ. "The location of our new Center is ideal. It is a short walk to our library and other academic services while at the same time we are in the heart of one of New Jersey's major corporate corridors," he said.

The Executive MBA and the Executive MBA in Health Systems Management will be in residence at Dolce Hamilton Park by August 24, 2002. Each program has a streamlined curriculum that allows students to complete the degree in less than two years by taking classes on Saturdays.

All Fairleigh Dickinson University MBA programs are accredited by AACSB International. AACSB accreditation has been earned by only 30 percent of the Business schools in the United States and is the gold standard of business education.

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