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A campus transformed

October 5, 2016

Shown here in red are new buildings and some major facilities projects undertaken since 2005.

The Meliora Challenge campaign raised more than $129 million for new and improved facilities and infrastructure projects. Those projects include Golisano Children’s Hospital, the largest capital project in University history; Raymond F. LeChase Hall, a new home for the Warner School of Education; Ronald Rettner Hallf for Media Arts and Innovation, and Arts, Sciences & Engineering building designed to advance practical skills and theoretical understanding of digital technology; the Saunders Research Building, a hub for clinical and translational research; the Imaging Sciences Building, which houses the William and Mildred Levine Autism Clinic; the Brian F. Prince Athletic Complex, providing renovated and expanded outdoor athletic facilities; a new facilities program, the Rettner Campus Improvement Fund, the preserve historic architecture while making spaces state-of-the-art; and Wegmans Hall, which will house the University’s new Goergen Institute for Data Science in 2017.

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