Cyberinfrastructure Building Groundbreaking|
April 29, 2010
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie presided over the groundbreaking ceremony for IU Bloomington's new Cyberinfrastructure Building on Thursday, April 29.
With 123,000 gross square feet and a 250-person, reconfigurable multipurpose space off the atrium, the CIB is designed to be the social hub of the tech park area. Visitors will join resident information technology experts for frequent collaboration and networking opportunities in the high performance, green facility.
As the long-anticipated replacement for Wrubel Computing Center, the CIB will be home to the majority of Bloomington's University Information Technology Services (UITS) staff, relocating administration from the heart of the main campus and enabling further development of both the academic core and the Bloomington tech park.
To view the dedication ceremony
(groundbreaking run time 1hr 10min)
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