Centers & Institutes
Centers & Institutes
Africa Business Program
In partnership with International peer schools, the Africa Business Program helps facilitate partnerships between businesses in Central New York and countries in Africa.
Ballentine Investment Center
Established in 1992 by an endowment by Whitman alumnus Steve Ballentine '83 BS, the Ballentine Investment Institute offers sophisticated tools used by investment professionals as well as materials to support learning, research, and professional development.
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Center for Ethics and Leadership
Earl V. Snyder Innovation Management Center
Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship
The outreach arm of our Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises department, the mission of the Falcone Center is to facilitate the entrepreneurial activity on campus and the local and regional communities.
George E. Bennett Center for Accounting & Tax Research
H.H. Franklin Center for Supply Chain Management
One of the earliest endowed transportation programs in the nations, its mission is to enhance the University’s position as a nationally recognized leader in supply chain management education and research.
James D. Kuhn Real Estate Center
Inaugurated in 2006 by a generous donation from Whitman alumnus James D. Kuhn '70 BS '72 MBA, activities and scholarship from the Kuhn Real Estate Center provide our students with the understanding to making graduates potential innovators in the field.
Harry E. Salzberg Memorial Program
Established in 1949, the Salzberg Program enriches the student learning experience by fostering a close community of students, faculty, staff and practitioners of Supply Chain who collaborate to advance the state of knowledge, engage the mind, and stimulate the best effort of all.
Robert H. Brethen Operations Management Institute
Endowed by Whitman alumnus Robert H. Brethen ’49 BS in 1988, the Brethen Operations Management Institute supports innovative projects and conferences that strengthen the link between theory, research and real-world concerns.
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Sustainable Enterprise Partnership (SEP)
The Whitman School of Management, the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and the the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems form a unique collaboration providing world-class education and research on sustainable enterprise management. The SEP actively integrates business, science, policy, and practice to develop and provide graduate and undergraduate curricula, educational outreach, and research on sustainable enterprise, with particular emphasis on small and medium business enterprises (SMEs).
Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC)
The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) was established in 1989 as a data gathering, research, and distribution center at Syracuse University. The organization exits for the sole purpose of supplying the public with information on the federal government's enforcement and regulatory efforts. TRAC services are free to the public and can be accessed by students through its Web site or the research center located in Newhouse II on SU's campus.
TRAC promotes the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) which states that all federal government records must be made accessible to the general public. Though many organizations and individuals know of this act, they find it difficult to access government information. TRAC works to alleviate this problem by breaking down information into easy to read information graphics and data charts. The organization supplies all information from number of government employees to intricate administration policies.
Walter and Olivia Kiebach Center for International Business Studies
Promoting the theory and practice of international business as significant components in the development of Whitman, the Kiebach Center helps create a global mindset among students and faculty.