Michael Schwartz, CSU President; Ronald Weinberg, Chairman, Board of Trustees; Mary Jane Saunders, Provost; James McLoughlin, Dean, College of Education and Human Services; Jack Boyle, Vice President, Business Affairs and Finance
Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new home of the College of Education and Human Services
Wednesday, August 20, 2008 at 4:00 p.m.; reception immediately following.
Next to Mather Mansion, 2605 Euclid Avenue. Parking will be available in the East Garage, located on Chester Avenue north of Mather Mansion. Enter from Chester Avenue.
The College of Education and Human Services will have its own building for the first time in its history as part of the ongoing CSU $250+ million campus master plan known as Building Blocks for the Future. The groundbreaking ceremony will mark the beginning of work that will culminate in a spectacular addition to the CSU and city landscape when the building opens its doors in 2010.
The $36 million building will serve as a center for collaborative learning and innovative teaching and learning, and will stand as an iconic eastern gateway to the CSU campus. Its environmentally friendly and sustainable design will feature digital interconnectivity and be well-suited for flexibility and future growth.
The approximately 97,000 square-foot building will feature:
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