Dedication Ceremony Held For New Caruth Hall

April 17, 2010  

Members of SMU administration and donors to Caruth Hall cut the ribbon, marking the opening of the new building on Friday. (PHOTO BY ELIZABETH SIEBMAN / SMU DAILY MUSTANG)

Members of SMU administration and donors to Caruth Hall cut the ribbon, marking the opening of the new building on Friday. (PHOTO BY ELIZABETH SIEBMAN / SMU DAILY MUSTANG)

SMU’s Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering celebrated on Friday as the newly constructed Caruth Hall was dedicated in an all-campus ceremony.

The new building is over double the size of the original Caruth Hall, which was constructed in 1948. The building, which will house two departments and laboratory and classroom space, is also LEED-certified.

The building is part of SMU’s largest fundraising campaign in history, the SMU Unbridled Second Century Campaign, which seeks to raise $750 million for the university.

Students gather outside the newly built Caruth Hall on Friday. SMU held a dedication ceremony for the building. (PHOTO BY ELIZABETH SIEBMAN / SMU DAILY MUSTANG)

Students gather outside the newly built Caruth Hall on Friday. SMU held a dedication ceremony for the building. (PHOTO BY ELIZABETH SIEBMAN / SMU DAILY MUSTANG)

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