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WHEN COMPLETED, the four classrooms being renovated in Gittis Hall will match in modernity and aesthetics the new faculty wing built two years ago. To improve interaction, the classrooms will have a horseshoe configuration. The technology will also be far superior, with multiple projectors in each room and wireless internet access available at every seat. The exterior will be renovated as well to resemble and tie into the faculty office facade and Tanenbaum Hall. Undergoing renovations are rooms 1 and 2 in the basement and 213 and 214 on the upper floor. Those rooms were constructed in 1961. Work will be completed by the spring semester. Paul Robinson, the Colin S. Diver Distinguished Professor of Law, served as chairman of the building committee. The renovation is being performed by Voith & Mactavish Architects.
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