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Knox Lecture Hall (KNOX) - North Campus, Academic Sector

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Knox Lecture Hall

Part of the Academic Spine, Knox Lecture Hall contains six classrooms, with the largest accommodating 400 students. It is equipped with retractable screens and wet-lab demonstration benches.

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Grace Knox Grace Knox (1862-1936) generously provided the university with the means to establish the College of Arts and Sciences after the death of her husband, Seymour Knox. The Knox family continues to serve both the university and the Greater Buffalo area as civic, cultural, and philanthropic leaders.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Centrally Scheduled Lecture Halls

Architect: Hamilton, Houston, and Lownie of Buffalo

Completion date: July, 1981

Gross square feet: 46,956

Construction cost: $3,678,000

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