Allegheny College celebrates renovated Carnegie Hall

Psychology and neuroscience programs have renovated home in building originally funded by Andrew Carnegie By Valerie Myers Erie Times-News MEADVILLE — A century-old building at Allegheny College has been retooled for the 21st century. Carnegie Hall, housing psychology and neuroscience programs, has been updated with help from grants from the Richard King Mellon Foundation and the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. All but $100,000 of the $1.6 million Mellon Foundation grant and a portion of the state’s 2014 $2 million grant were dedicated for the renovations. Faculty office improvements and the creation of new research space on the building’s second floor began in 2014, in first-phase renovations. The second phase this summer included upgrades of the building’s heating, cooling and electrical systems and renovations to its main and bottom floors, including…


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