Carroll Hall and the community • Carroll Hall can serve as a data resource and training center for

banking and other industry segments. • The center houses technology that allows Winthrop to offer summer enrichment courses for local high school students using Wall Street 101. • Winthrop can offer specialized seminars on economic issues to members of the regional business community. • The technology housed in Carroll Hall will enhance programs such as “teach the teacher” seminars offered to local K-12 teachers on the economy and financial literacy.

To learn more about Carroll Hall: OffiCe Of tHe Dean College of Business administration 205 Thurmond Building Rock Hill, SC 29733 803/323-2186 Office Of DevelOpment Sykes House 638 Oakland Ave. Rock Hill, Sc 29733 803/323-2150

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Vivian Moore Carroll Hall
Carroll Hall is a multi-purpose building that enhances student learning through state-of-the-art technology, and offers developmental opportunities for students to interact with the regional business community.

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Vivian Moore Carroll Hall
The Carroll Capital Markets training and trading Center, is a dedicated learning laboratory for students to connect to the world of market activity by utilizing many of the same software programs as financial industry experts. The center houses: • More than 100 feet of electronic ticker tape capturing stock market activity • nine-panel video display of up-to-date global market data • Video projection capability of news networks such as CnBC, Cnnfn and other financial networks • 24 computers equipped with financial analysis software • two digital projectors and two 60” screens • analytical software like Bloomberg, Morningstar, and telemet Orion connecting students to market data where students can: • apply classroom theory, concepts and terminology to world events • Gain excitement about world activities and how they influence market activity • Understand connections between financial markets and public policy decisions • Understand how global markets interact to influence trends and business cycles • Develop financial acumen skills they will carry with them to build personal wealth • access the same tools, software applications and information used by financial professionals to simulate trading and portfolio management • evaluate both real and simulated market data, participate in simulated trading, make split-second decisions, and evaluate results • Participate in financial investment teams, clubs and the “fortune in Your future” portfolio management competition

Winthrop University
The first floor entry offers an inviting look at the technology housed within the center Carroll Hall showcases business tools in an exciting, real-world, and interactive setting. The building’s first floor houses the 220-seat Whitton auditorium that features split-screen presentation capability. The auditorium can be used for larger classes and will also be used for programming to benefit the business community, including lecturers known in their respective fields for best practices and innovation. a 16-person executive seminar room with SMaRt technology capability is situated near the trading and training center. One of Winthrop’s earlier buildings on campus, which housed the Macfeat nursery School and later the academic Computing Center, has been remodeled and now houses a reception center to manage events. The second floor features: • a mezzanine viewing area of the training and trading center showing market activity of the day and world events • two 25-person instructional computer laboratories, expandable to one 50-person classroom with decision support software to facilitate electronic brainstorming and discussion • Six collaborative learning rooms with computers designed for students to work as teams on projects • The Suzanne Kirsh Community Service Student Lounge

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