Syracuse University announced it is investing more than $9 million in classroom and technology improvements as part of its “campus framework” plan.
The university contends a recent news release that today’s classrooms need to be “interactive, flexible and ready for collaboration.”
Crews are already working on technology-upgrade projects in classrooms, study spaces, and teaching laboratories this summer, the school said.
Combined, the Division of Information Technology Services (ITS) and Campus Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC) are working to update technology and academic spaces in more than a dozen buildings on the Syracuse University campus.
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