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Raising the roofs: construction in high gear for new residence halls, academic facilities

Haldeman Center

A $10 million naming gift from Barbara and Charles E. "Ed" Haldeman Jr. '70, a Dartmouth trustee, has provided major support for the construction of the new Haldeman Center which will house three of Dartmouth's distinctive interdisciplinary institutes - the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, the Fannie and Alan Leslie Center for the Humanities and the Ethics Institute. Haldeman Center will adjoin Kemeny Hall and provide space that will raise the visibility of all three Centers and provide enhanced opportunities for greater collaboration and new space for conferences and other events.

Dartmouth's academic centers stand out as unique resources for the campus and the community, providing programming, scholarship and curricular development that build connections between and across the disciplines. Their different missions but highly complementary natures create opportunities for programming, special conferences, symposia and workshops where faculty, students and visiting guests can explore the interconnected nature of the major issues shaping society today.

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Last Updated: 5/30/08