October 26, 2009 — A dream three years in the making was realized as the IntegrityManagement Smart Center at Northwestern Health Sciences University was dedicated in a ceremony on Oct. 21. The newly constructed videoconferencing center was created with a $500,000 donation from Integrity Management.
Mark Zeigler, DC, president of Northwestern, recalled in his opening remarks, “Three years ago, Keith Maule, the president of Integrity Management, and I talked about how we could advance the Career Services Center to provide the best possible service to our alumni, and to set our students up for success. We had a dream of creating a premier learning environment. Today we’re celebrating the result of that dream, the Integrity Management Smart Center.”
The Integrity Management Smart Center is a state-of-the-art videoconferencing center that will provide opportunities to enhance all learning at Northwestern.
The room seats 123 and features complete videoconferencing capabilities, including two 8-foot wide flat screen monitors. Each desk space features individual laptop workstations wired for electricity, WiFi access, and ergonomic seating.
Source: Northwestern Health Sciences University, www.nwhealth.edu/nwtoday/index.html