Kinard Laboratory of Physics

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Kinard Laboratory of Physics (photo by Jake Stoudenmire)

Kinard Laboratory of Physics is Clemson's physics building. It was named for Francis Marion Kinard, professor of English and dean of the college, 1924-1960 who died suddenly on May 25, 1960. The building was completed in 1961 for the School of Arts and Sciences, and has an auditorium on every floor, as well as several smaller classrooms, offices, and labs. The building is located in the middle of campus, adjacent to Martin Hall and Daniel Hall.

[edit] Construction

Architects on the project were Baker and Gill, A. I. A. The general contractor was General Construction Company. The building committee was comprised of Melford A. Wilson, Ralph S. Collins, H. E. Glenn, Howard L. Hunter, and Harlan E. McClure.

[edit] Reference

  • Dedication plaque, 100 level of the building