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The newest building on campus since Pound Hall was constructed in 1970, Hauser Hall was designed by the notable Boston architectural firm of Kallmann, McKinnell & Wood, Hauser, constructed in 1994, is named after its donors, alumni Gustave and Rita Hauser. The building, cleverly incorporating architectural elements of Austin Hall yet with a strong design all its own, won the American Institute of Architects 1994 achievement award. Hauser Hall contains 35 faculty offices, three seminar rooms, three conference rooms, and two classrooms. The School's Student Computer Laboratory and Information Technology Services offices are located on the lower level. Note the striking portrait of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes by Charles Hopkinson opposite the main entrance.
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