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Rhodes Hall

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Frank H.T. Rhodes Hall (formerly Engineering and Theory Center Bldg.)

Rhodes Hall, named after the ninth president of Cornell, is home to numerous research-oriented departments that are associated with the computational sciences and engineering. Among them are: Cornell Theory Center, Center for Applied Math, Cornell Information Technologies, Program of Computer Graphics, Cornell Fracture Group, Electrical Engineering, Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

The building is situated along Hoy Road, and is a 252,000 square foot, seven story structure with offices, research space, and computer rooms. The building was built from 1988-90 at a cost of $35million. It was opened in 1990 and dedicated in April 1991. In 1995 the building was rededicated in honor of of President Rhodes.

Building emergencies: 255-5322.