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Baldy Hall (BALDY) - North Campus, Academic Sector



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Baldy Hall


Baldy Hall is the home of the Graduate School of Education and the School of Social Work. A convenient lunch area is located on the second-level corridor--the perfect place for group meetings, people-watching and studying. Baldy also houses the departments of Communication and Linguistics.

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Namesake


Christopher Baldy Christopher Baldy (1885-1959) was a Buffalo native who graduated from the law school in 1910. During his long and successful career he was an active member of the Alumni Association, and a member of the University Council from 1950 to 1959. With a $1.5-million-gift to the university, Baldy became a major UB benefactor.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Graduate School of Education, Graduate School of Social Work, College of Arts & Sciences, School of Engineering, Chief Information Office

Architect: Harry Weese and Associates of Chicago; Anthony Carlino and Associates of Buffalo

Completion date: December, 1974

Gross square feet: 186,298

Construction cost: $6,811,000

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