After a year-and-a-half of construction, faculty and staff from the School of Journalism and Communication are moving from their temporary location in Agate Hall to the newly renovated Allen Hall that will be open for classes at the start of winter term. “No offense to Agate Hall, but I’m happy …
After one year of construction and $15 million worth in renovation, Allen Hall will partially open to journalism students this fall.
Journalism majors at the University have encountered problems this term with checking out equipment from the School of Journalism and Communication.
Tim Gleason, Dean of the School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC), spoke at an hour-long forum hosted by the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Wednesday night where he fielded a range of questions from students regarding the status of renovations in Allen Hall.
After the long-awaited completion of Matthew Knight Arena, returning University students should be used to construction crews hard at work across campus. First-year and transfer students will soon get used to it as well — it doesn’t look like the ubiquitous rumble will leave any time soon.
The development plans of Allen Hall, Lewis Integrative Science Building, Fenton Hall and East Campus Residence Hall have tentative completion dates between the last quarter of 2011 and throughout 2012.