Measuring the Human Impact of UC’s Architectural Renaissance

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University of Cincinnati Magazine
November 01, 2007Measuring the Human Impact of UC’s Architectural Renaissance
Can you build community using bricks and mortar? Absolutely. As the University of Cincinnati wraps up a long 15-year campaign to make over the Uptown Campus, it is clear that the effort is yielding more than just a physical transformation. The new campus may also be contributing to a shift in the culture and, perhaps, even changing the way members of this community think and relate to one another. The campus reformation — a capital investment exceeding $1.2 billion — has not gone unnoticed nationally.

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