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Sculpture in Shuhaw Courtyard
Sculpture in interior courtyard of Shuhaw Hall in June 1981. Shuhaw Hall was occupied in 1955. The architect was Clarence Felciano. Shuhaw has primarily housed at engineering and physics departments. The first changes to the building were made in 1963 to accommodate electronic technology. The second addition in 1970 added room for mathematics. The third expansion by architect Ken Coker made more space for mathematics and other classrooms. The building is named after W.W. Shuhaw.
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W. W. Shuhaw Hall
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