What’s Old is New Again!

Gentry BuildingThe Charles B. Gentry Building is now a comfortable, attractive home for Neag School faculty, staff and students. The $10 million overhaul of the original side of the building came in on time, and reopened in January (In 2003, a large wing and atrium was added to the building’s west side).

During the holiday break, faculty, who were spread out over campus during the summer and fall semesters, were moved into their new offices and are grouped according to common areas of interest. The renovated space, which is architecturally compatible with the wing, has been reconfigured to create additional faculty offices and meeting rooms. Classrooms managed and scheduled by the University were moved to the first and second floors while the Neag School’s classrooms are located on the third and fourth floors.

The Dean’s Offices are still located on the third floor, but the department offices located in Gentry have changed.

  • Curriculum & Instruction – Room 406
  • Educational Psychology – Room 315E
  • Educational Leadership – Room 231
  • Kinesiology (which includes Physical Therapy) remains in Gampel Pavilion.

Additional information about the renovation is available in the fall issue of Spotlight on page 6.