The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences announced today they are establishing a new beacon for high tech in Wisconsin housed in a state-of-the-art facility in the center of campus. Kahler Slater + LMN Architects were selected to lead the design and delivery of the project.
The new school brings together UW–Madison's highly ranked Computer Sciences and Statistics departments and the Information School. The new facility will be a hub for the bustling tech ecosystem in Wisconsin, fostering academic research, supporting booming student interest, and hosting collaborations with industry and community partners.
"The School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences is a place where our faculty and students will shape the way technology influences and enriches our lives. This is an investment that is central to the future of the university, as these fields are infusing and changing all other academic disciplines," says UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
Construction is scheduled to begin in 2023 and be completed by the end of 2024. For more information, please see UW-Madison's website.