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Constructed in 1994, Hauser Hall was designed by the notable Boston architectural firm Kallmann, McKinnell & Wood. It is named after its donors, alumni Gustave and Rita Hauser. The building, cleverly incorporating architectural elements of Austin Hall yet with a strong design all its own, won the American Institute of Architects 1994 achievement award. Hauser Hall contains faculty offices, seminar rooms, conference rooms, and classrooms. Opposite the main entrance is a portrait of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes by Charles Hopkinson.
You can find the Financial Office and Human Resources in the lower level of Hauser Hall.
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