Brandeis University Dedicates Two Units of Social Science Quadrangle
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Brandeis University Dedicates Two Units of Social Science Quadrangle

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An anthropological museum and laboratory, a space flight program, an experimental nursery, and a psychological counseling center are among the new classroom and research facilities that Brandeis University dedicated here yesterday. They are part of a vast new Social Science Quadrangle housed in three major buildings on the central campus.

The Morris Brown Social Science Center will house the university’s graduate and undergraduate programs in psychology, anthropology, sociology add economics. The building is a tribute to Mr. Brown from friends in New York and Palm Beach, Fla.

Lemberg Hall will contain the Psychological Counseling Center and Experimental Nursery. It is the gift of Samuel and Lucille Lemberg of New York and Palm Beach, Fla.

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