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Computer Science Transformation Closer to Reality With $10 Million Gift
Nov 01, 2018 | Dartmouth News
Dartmouth’s vision of redefining technology education through The Call to Lead campaign has received a major boost with a $10 million gift from Val and Greg Jensen ’96, President Philip J. Hanlon ’77 announced Tuesday at a Dartmouth event in Chicago.
The Jensens’ gift helps fund a landmark building that is central to Dartmouth’s plans for an integrated, liberal-arts-based approach to technology education and transforming the west end of campus into a collaborative hub of learning, research, and entrepreneurship. The 160,000-square-foot building, adjacent to the MacLean Engineering Sciences Center, will house the Department of Computer Science and a large portion of Thayer School of Engineering.
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