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University Of Florida College Of Engineering - History
... The College of Engineering was founded in 1910. 48 students a curriculum of civil, mechanical and electrical engineering ... The first engineering building, later named Benton Hall, was finished in 1911 ...
Centennial Campus Of North Carolina State University - Points of Interest - Engineering Oval
... The College of Engineering currently has six of its twelve academic departments housed in three Engineering Buildings ... Engineering Building I, completed in 2004, houses Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering ... Engineering Building II, completed in 2005, houses Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering ...
Whitacre College Of Engineering - History
... College, present day Texas Tech University, School of Engineering was created in the fall of 1925 ... time the school consisted of 313 students and two faculty members, and was housed in the textile engineering building, now the industrial engineering building ... In 1928, the School of Engineering expanded and opened the west engineering building, now the electrical and computer engineering building ...
Arthur Peabody - List of Buildings Designed or Overseen
... Laboratory, UW-Madison, now the Water Science and Engineering Laboratory, 660 N. 500 Lincoln Drive (1906-1907, and 1924) Old Agronomy Building, UW-Madison, now Agricultural Journalism, 440 Henry Mall (1907) Agricultural Engineering Building, UW-Madison, 460 Henry Mall (1907) Stock Pavilion, UW-Ma. 1916-1930) Infirmary, UW-Madison, now the School of Social Work Building, 1350 University Avenue (with Ferry and Clas) (1918, addition 1930) Bradley ...

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