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Fronczak Hall (FRNCZK) - North Campus, Academic Sector

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Fronczak Hall

Fronczak Hall is home to the departments of Economics and Physics. Its research and instructional laboratories are designed for the study of theoretical and experimental, high-energy, biophysics, low-temperature and solid-state physics.

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Francis E. Fronczak A Buffalo native who held both medical and law degrees from the University of Buffalo, Francis E. Fronczak (1874-1955) was recognized as one of the foremost public health authorities in the U.S. He began his long association with the Buffalo Health Department in 1907 and was its commissioner from 1919 to 1946. During World War I, he gained international fame as president of a central relief committee that brought aid to Poland.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Physics, Economics, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Architect: Armand Bartos & Associates

Completion date: January, 1976

Gross square feet: 126,267

Construction cost: $6,838,000

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