Provost and Dean of the Faculty Douglas Hicks speaks at the newly renovated Keck Center. (Photo by Duy Trinh ’14)
The W.M. Keck Humanities Resource Center, located in Lawrence Hall, has been transformed from a quiet computer lab to a high-tech space that focuses on foreign language learning.
The center recently was renovated to allow for more interaction between students and faculty members and language interns. A grand opening was held October 24.
Complete with new software, computers, and furniture, the center’s new look brings along with it a promise of new programs that support the university’s goal to utilize the latest technologies to broaden students’ global perspectives. The transformation was made possible, in part, by grants from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and the George I. Alden Trust.