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Design of newly opened Luddy Hall aims to foster collaboration, community

Jan 16, 2018
Luddy Hall
Luddy Hall is the first step in the development of the Woodlawn Corridor connecting the main campus with the athletic complex.Photo courtesy of the School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering

Luddy Hall, the new home for Indiana University Bloomington’s School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, has opened its doors in time for the spring semester.

The $39.8 million project – the first step in the development of the Woodlawn Corridor connecting the main campus with the athletic complex – brings together the school’s departments of computer science, intelligent systems engineering, and information and library science under one roof for the first time in the school’s history.

The building was named in honor of former student Fred Luddy and his family members. Luddy is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council at the school and the founder of ServiceNow, a Silicon Valley-based company that delivers cloud-based, automated IT help desk services.

Interior shot of Luddy Hall
Students study in Luddy Hall
Photos by Eric Rudd, IU Communications
A student studies in a chair in Luddy Hall
A student utilizes a Luddy Hall conference room
Photos by Eric Rudd and James Brosher, IU Communications

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