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Atkinson Hall

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Learn about Warren College's Atkinson Hall.

Located in Warren College, Richard C. Atkinson Hall serves the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), as well as several other UC San Diego departments. Equipped with cutting-edge technology, this facility provides a multi-faceted environment for faculty, students, visiting scholars and industry partners to conduct collaborative research in sensors, devices, communications, information technologies, digital arts and related applications. The building was occupied in December 2005 and named in honor of Dr. Richard C. Atkinson for his significant contributions to UC San Diego and the state of California. A visionary professor and psychologist as well as a dedicated public servant, Atkinson has served as director of the National Science Foundation, chancellor at UC San Diego and president of the University of California.

Atkinson Hall Details

Naming Type: Honorary
Building Location: Warren College
Date Constructed: December 1, 2005
Predominant Use: Laboratory/Research
Floors or Levels: 8 Floors
Other Names: California Insitute for Telecommunications and Technology


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