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Completed in 1991, Rhodes Hall is headquarters for the School of Operations Research and Information Engineering and provides space for other departments as well.
The building was named for Frank H.T. Rhodes, an emeritus member of the faculty of Earthand Atmospheric Sciences, who served as Cornell’s ninth president from 1977 to 1995.
To the left as you enter Rhodes is the Emerson Manufacturing Teaching Lab. Any member of the campus community who has had the proper training may use the lab.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Cornell Engineering Quad - Copy