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May 2nd, 2009

New building dedicated at SDSU

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University on Friday dedicated its new Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building, the first new instructional building on campus since 1993.

Engineering Dean Lewis Brown said the building is a significant milestone for that college, and Gov. Mike Rounds commended donors for their vision.

The building is the first project completed as part of SDSU's $175 million to $190 million comprehensive campaign and features a state-of-the-art micro- and nano-electronics clean room laboratory, nine classrooms, three study rooms, a study corridor and 33 offices for faculty, researchers and graduate assistants.

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