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Copley International Conference Center

Copley International Conference Center

About named building

The Copley International Conference Center, located in Roosevelt College, provides meeting space for lectures, conferences and events primarily pertaining to international topics. With 4,338 square feet of assignable area, the space brings together faculty, students, community members and leading experts in the fields of international relations and foreign affairs. The Copley Center was funded by the Helen K. and James S. Copley Foundation. James and Helen Copley, former owners of the Copley Press Corporation, published The San Diego Union-Tribune and its predecessors for more than three decades. In addition to playing a major role in American newspapers, the Copleys were committed to philanthropy and community service in San Diego.


Naming Type: Donor
Building Location: Eleanor Roosevelt College
Date Constructed: January 1, 1994
Predominant Use: General use
Floors or Levels: 1 Floor
Other Names:

Conference Center, Copley International CICC
Institute of the Americas, Copley International Conference Center


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