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Bonner Hall (BONNER) - North Campus, Academic Sector



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Bonner Hall


With its diverse group of labs, including those devoted to undergraduate nanoelectronics, materials processing and lasers, Bonner Hall underscores the many facets of engineering at a large research university like UB. It houses administrative offices of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences--the largest and most comprehensive public school of engineering in New York State--and its Department of Electrical Engineering.

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Namesake


William R. Bonner William R. Bonner (1899-1980) was an English professor at UB from 1922 until his retirement in 1968. He was one of the original faculty members from the Capen era and was known as a fabulous teacher and a vigorous scholar. James H. McNulty Professor of English from 1955 until his retirement, he was involved in all aspects of academic life and was perceived as a "complete university man" who effortlessly conveyed the pleasures of literature to generations of UB students.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Architect: Hamilton, Houston & Lownie

Completion date: November 1982

Gross square feet: 70,884

Construction cost: $4,963,000

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