More than one reader pointed out that in the sidebar about the history of George R. Brown Hall in the fall 2011 issue, we inaccurately stated that Brown Hall was originally built ‘to house the newly established engineering program.’ In fact, the Department of Mining Engineering, from which George Brown ’22 earned his degree, was intended as a major beneficiary of The Brown Foundation’s original gift. In 1980, both programs moved into the newly constructed building, which they have shared ever since.
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