Sunday, September 9, 2012

Social Studies

The University of Michigan is planning to break ground this fall on construction of a $29 million addition to the Division Street side of its Institute for Social Research building. The project website, last updated on Aug. 13, describes it as a five-level, 56,700-square-foot addition (four levels above grade). Construction is expected to last through early 2014. U-M describes its decades-old Institute for Social Research as the oldest and largest academic survey and social research organization in the world. Read the story.

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