#BuildBroad Blog

Every building tells a story, and the #BuildBroad blog is where you can read the Minskoff Pavilion’s. The pages of Broad’s new chapter are filled with chronicles of the people, gifts, experiences, and impact behind it, and the community building it. Here, you will get a preview to this chapter.

The Business pavilion January 2018

The Pavilion Begins Taking Shape

2018 brings a new visual for the upcoming Business Pavilion. As a new structure rises, students begin to think about the potential this new building will have on their academic futures in business.

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Broad’s Year of Change

From the groundbreaking ceremony in September to steel beams going up in December, 2017 has proven to be a major year of change for the Broad College. Here's a look at the checklist of construction activities, and the time-lapse video to show all of the Pavilion progress since the fall.

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The Business Pavilion: November 2017

Pavilion Represents MSU’s Sustainability Efforts

Plain and simple: Spartans love our campus. The pine trees, the Red Cedar River, and the 5,200 sprawling acres of historic landscape. With a team of Spartans on the Business Pavilion design team, it comes as no surprise that a landscape architect meticulously supervised construction planning to conserve green space and the watershed.

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#BuildBroad Give Green Day Breaks Records!

Give Green Day, MSU’s Giving Tuesday campaign, outpaced MSU’s expectations by raising $583,569 from 3,313 donors on six continents. Broad’s Business Pavilion (or #BuildBroad) project stunned leadership by raising $81,661 in 127 individual gifts – 326 percent of its original goal.

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Reshaping the Learning Environment: Faculty Voice

For impactful faculty of the Broad College, the Business Pavilion represents the "learning community" they value so much. Paulette Stenzel been a faculty member at the Broad College for nearly 35 years, and has wanted a more engaging learning environments for years. Here, she explains why this new enviornment matters in the college -- and in her students' careers.