Stollery Executive Development Centre
The Stollery Executive Development Centre was made possible through a generous gift from Robert and Shirley Stollery in honour of the pioneer family which emigrated from England in 1906. Completed in 1984, the Centre occupied a portion of the top floor of the Alberta School of Business building on the University of Alberta campus in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, serving as host for conferences, seminars, lectures, ceremonies, and other special events.
Bursting at the seams, the Centre underwent a $2-million expansion, which was completed in 1999. Now occupying the entire fifth or top floor of the Alberta School of Business building, the Centre is also home to a state-of-the-art videoconferencing room housed in the Eric A. Geddes Decision Lab.
The Stollery Executive Development Centre is operated by the Alberta School of Business. The Centre has a large boardroom, larger conference spaces, breakout space, and SMART classrooms as well as a Japanese Garden and patio access that overlooks the City of Edmonton’s river valley and a portion of the University campus. The Eric Geddes Decision Lab allows for business courses, presentations, and workshops with SMART classroom and videoconferencing capabilities.
We thank you for taking the time to visit the Stollery Executive Development Centre website. For more information on the Stollery Executive Development Centre, please contact Nadine Badry, Conference Facilities and Building Manager.