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About the Library

The new Engineering Library is a major element within the Jen-Hsun Huang School of Engineering Center -- a forward-looking facility that reflects the preeminent reputation of the Stanford School of Engineering. The purpose of this facility, its services and its collections is to provide an environment for information discovery, utilization, creation, and management.

The Library space and services are designed to foster collaboration among students and faculty, support discovery, retrieval and integration of print and digital information and provide a comfortable ambience with abundant natural light for student and faculty study.

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About the old Terman Building

  • The demolition of the old Terman Building is expected to divert more than 99% of all building materials and components away from the landfill. Read about it at: sustainable.stanford.edu/sustainable_demolition
  • The rose garden will be replanted in the new park area.
  • The Sundial is in storage for now. The University Architect's office and the committee on outdoor art are considering possibilities for long term installation. There is no approval for any installation as of May 1, 2012.
  • The Durand Propeller collection was installed in the new Terman Engineering Library in the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center.
  • The portrait of Dr. Terman from the auditorium is also in the new library.

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