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Stunning New Behrakis Center Elevates Health Sciences Education
The impressive George D. Behrakis Health Sciences Center opened on West Campus in November 2002 to raves from faculty and students as well as from national architectural critics and urban planners.

At the dedication, George Behrakis, PAH '57, Hon. '98, spoke of his commitment to educations. "The more we can educate, the better we are as a country," he said. Gazing upon the state-of-the-art teaching building, he added, "We never had anything like this before." Behrakis and his wife, Margo, made a generous commitment — the largest in Northeastern's history — to name the glass-fronted facility that combines the Bouvé College of Health Sciences Schools of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Health Professions under one roof.
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Popular Restaurant-Style Dining Area Renamed for Irving Levine

Northeastern's most popular dining area, Stetson East Marketplace, got a new name on May 24, 2001, when students and University officials gathered to dedicate it in honor of Irving M. Levine, E '57.

The marketplace was renamed the Irving M. Levine Marketplace in recognition of Levine's $1.3 million gift to the leadership campaign. "Irv's generous contribution sets an outstanding example and plays an important role in the University's efforts to foster a richer on-campus life for our students," said President Richard M. Freeland.

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Kostas Commits $2 Million for Nanoscale Technology and Manufacturing Research
Enhanced facilities will advance Northeastern’s reputation as an early leader in the field
A generous $2 million commitment from George J., E'43, and Angelina P. Kostas will enable Northeastern to significantly expand its Nanomanufacturing Research Institute.

The new facility, to be renamed the George J. Kostas Nanoscale Technology and Manufacturing Research Center at Northeastern University, will provide students and faculty with the most advanced equipments for testing, evaluation, and characterization of fabricated nanostructures and devices. Initially, the facility will comprise 8,800 square feet on the fourth floor of the Egan Research Center.
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Churchill Hall Physics Laboratory
Professor's Gift Renovates Physics Laboratory Where He First Taught as a Graduate Student
Robert Sheehan Memorial Seminar and Conference Room
Criminal Justice Dean Honors Mentor and Predecessor with New Conference Room
Snell Library
Snell Legacy that Built Library Continues Today
Speech-Language and Hearing Center
Boston Guild Partnership Enhances NU's Audiology Services to Community
School of Technological Entrepreneurship
Innovative School Combines Entrepreneurship and Technology
Shillman Hall
Robert J. Shillman Makes $3 Million Gift for Classroom Building

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