Monday September 27, 2010

From Caldwell to South Patterson

Researchers in the Caldwell Street Center are moving into the 1700 South Patterson Building, NCR Corp.'s former world headquarters, this week.

The first wave of researchers are moving into their new home this week.

The 1700 South Patterson Building will initially house the research functions that reside in the Caldwell Street Center, including the Center for Competitive Change and four research groups from the Research Institute's sensor systems and aerospace mechanics divisions.

During the next 18 months, the University of Dayton Research Institute will gradually transfer additional operations to the building as labs are built, creating a highly visible home for the University's rapidly growing sponsored research portfolio that is nearing $100 million annually.

Some graduate classes are expected to move into the building later this fall.

The University of Dayton bought NCR's former world headquarters in December as a highly visible home for its world-class Research Institute, graduate classes and a proposed Alumni Center.

For more information, contact Pamela Gregg at 937-229-3391.

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