DMR Architects celebrate formal dedication of Pozycki Hall
WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ — Monmouth University and DMR Architects recently celebrated the grand opening of the school’s new multi-functional, Pozycki Hall. DMR designed the new building, named for Monmouth alumnus and University trustee Steven Pozycki and his wife Elaine to accommodate the Leon Hess Business School and the Kislak Real Estate Institute with enhanced learning spaces. The 20,000 s/f, two-story building will house faculty offices, common areas, classrooms, conference rooms, and a 175-seat auditorium, which will be used for campus events. It also features an exterior landscaped terrace with seating that is open to all faculty and students. “Above and beyond the bricks and mortar of this building, it represents an enhanced quality learning environment for our students,” said Donald Moliver, dean of the Leon Hess Business School. “Visitors are consistently impressed with the space and its aesthetics.” The dedication of Pozycki Hall is part of Monmouth University’s Founders’ Day celebrations, but the building has been open to students and faculty since the semester began in September.