UNC Kenan-Flagler is located near North Carolina's Research Triangle Park (RTP), a premier high-tech hub. The proximity of the adjacent Kenan Institute of Private Business allows collaboration for thought leaders in business, government and academia.
The McColl building was built in 1997 and houses 18 state-of-the-art classrooms, a café, a 500-seat auditorium, a computer lab and a trading room for student use.
Flags representing countries of current faculty and students run the length of the building underneath the covered portico.
The spiral stairway is enhanced by the four-story exterior window created by New York artist David Wilson.
The main lab area is flanked a media center and enclosed team rooms with Wi-Fi and flat panel monitors.
The Capital Markets Lab provides a real-world setting for students to manage equity and fixed-income portfolios with tools available to Wall Street professionals.
Café McColl offers breakfast and lunch choices for students, faculty and staff, including a grill, salad bar and sushi.
The Café doubles as an impromptu study hall and meeting center for students. A covered porch runs the length of the café and provides space for outdoor dining.
The graduate reading room provides a quiet spot to study or relax between classes.
A two-story 500-seat auditorium provides the perfect place for the participants of the Dean's Speaker series, meetings of students with the dean and other school events.
In the classroom - Professor David Ravenscraft works in the areas of M&As, antitrust, game theory, hedge funds and corporate finance. He is associate dean of the BSBA Program.