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Hinds Hall is the home of the iSchool, Syracuse University's School of Information Studies. Built in the mid-1950s and redesigned in 2003, the high-tech, modern space showcases the latest in technology and design, including eight research centers and a collaborative idea lab with floor-to-ceiling whiteboards as well as an iPad bar to test apps.
Ground Broken: May 8, 1981
First Occupied: January 13, 1983
Dedicated: March 22, 1983
Dedication Speaker: U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Samuel R. Pierce, Jr.; awarded Honorary Doctor of Laws
Architects: Architectural Resources Cambridge Inc., and Sargent Webster Crenshaw and Folley
Materials: steel with brick veneer
Location: Corner of Waverly and South Crouse Avenues and University Place
Donors: Crouse-Hinds Foundation, $2.25 million; Kresge Foundation, United States Steel Foundation, The Booth Ferris Foundation, the Rosamond Gifford Charitable Corporation, and Agway, Inc.
Space: 60,000 square feet
Originally built as the School of Management building, it holds classrooms, administrative offices, and a 200-seat auditorium. When the Whitman School of Management Building was constructed in 2005, Crouse-Hinds became home to offices such as Academic Affairs, Admissions, the Chancellor's Office, and the Provost's Office.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Syracuse University Campus Tour