Syracuse University will spend $9 million adding technology to classrooms this summer.
The upgrades to academic spaces are part of the first phase of the Campus Framework, which also encompasses upgrades to the Carrier Dome, the building of a new veterans complex and the construction of the University Place Promenade. It’s also routine for the university to update these spaces during the summer.
The large investment in upgrades to classrooms, study spaces and laboratories in more than a dozen buildings on campus is part of an effort to bring the college into the 21st century and ensure the school has “cutting-edge” equipment in today’s competitive higher education environment.
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