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Building 20 occupants relocated around MIT

With the recent relocation to Walker Memorial of the Office of Special Community Services (which includes the MITAC and Quarter Century Club offices), Building 20 is finally vacant. Following are the offices and programs that were partially or completely housed there, and their new locations.

Anthropology -- Building 16
Biotechnology Process Engineering Center -- Building 16
Cambridge Partnership -- Building E60
Center for Advanced Visual Studies -- Building N52
Center for Environmental Health Sciences -- Building 16
Center for Materials Research in Archeology and Ethnology -- Building 16
Committee on the Writing Requirement -- Building 16
Concourse -- Building 16
Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences -- Building N9
Educational Opportunities Program -- Building N52
Environmental Medical Service -- Building 16
Francis Bitter Magnet Lab -- Building NW14
Health Sciences and Technology -- Buildings 16, E25
The Institute for Learning and Teaching -- Building E60
Integrated Studies Program -- Building 16
Laboratory for Advanced Technology in the Humanities -- Building 16
Laboratory for Nuclear Science -- Building 24
Laboratory for Nuclear Science machine shop -- Building 38
Language Learning and Resource Center -- Building 16
Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory -- Building NW17
Linguistics and Philosophy -- Buliding E39
MIT Electronics Research Society -- Building N52
MIT Press -- Building NE25
Music -- Building NW14
Office of the Dean of Students and Undergraduate Education -- Bulidings 5, 7, N52, 50
Research Laboratory for Electronics -- Building 36
ROTC -- Building W59
Systems Design Management -- Building 33
Tech Model Railroad Club -- Building N52

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on July 15, 1998.

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