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Henry Center for Executive Development

An Award Winning Conference Center
Since opening in October 2001, The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, otherwise known as the Henry Center, has served as Michigan State University’s primary home for professional and executive education.
James B. Henry Center for Executive Development

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University Club of MSU

The University Club of MSU provides the Henry Center with delicious meal services.

Candlewood Suites

Candlewood Suites is an extended-stay, select-service hotel connected to the Henry Center.

Forest Akers Golf Course

For a four-star rated golfing experience, guests can walk just outside of the Henry Center to the Forest Akers West Golf Course.




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Aaron Algrim – Information Technology Professional at the Henry Center

Aaron is the newest member of the Henry Center staff. He has over 8 years experience supporting technology needs for live events and production environments. Aaron is a musician who plays drums and piano, enjoys spending time outdoors and watching Mighty Machines with his son.
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1 month ago  ·  

Melissa Schneider, CMP, CTA – Sales Manager at the Henry Center.

Melissa started at the Henry Center as a student in 2005 and has been full time since 2008. She is passionate about people and being a resource to them in the hospitality business industry. When she is not rocking sales, she is likely with her family, sipping on some Biggby coffee, munching on some popcorn and/or watching MSU basketball or football.
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2 months ago  ·  

Eli Broad College of Business

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