Ainsworth Gets a Facelift:
Cutting the Ribbon

On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, Norwich University celebrated the completed renovation of one of the oldest buildings on campus, Ainsworth Hall. The building was originally constructed in 1910 and designated the U.S. Weather Bureau, Northfield Station. At one point it also served as the university infirmary. Today, Ainsworth has been updated with new technology and is home to faculty offices and conference rooms. This is the second completed construction project undertaken as part of the $100 million Forging the Future campaign, a five-year effort timed to culminate during the university’s 2019 bicentennial.

Pictured (l-r): Ted Kohn, Dean, College of Liberal Arts; Sandra Affenito, Provost and Dean of Faculty; Stan Shernock, Dana Professor and Chair, Justice Studies and Sociology; Marc Perras, project architect, Jones Architecture, Inc.; President Richard Schneider; Joel Kobert ’65, Chair, Forging the Future campaign; Doug White, NU senior project manager; Jesse Beck, President, Freeman French Freeman architecture firm; Pierre LeBlanc, President, Engelberth Construction, Inc.; Michael Andrew, Chair, History and Political Science. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

 

 

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