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Bondurant Hall

Bondurant Hall

Bondurant Hall was known for several decades as the Medical Sciences Research Building. Completed in 1962, it was the first building at the School of Medicine devoted primarily to research. In 2003 the building closed for extensive renovations. It was rededicated in 2006 and named for Dr. Stuart Bondurant, who served as dean of the School of Medicine from 1979 to 1994. Bondurant Hall contains classrooms and administrative offices. With a new facade modeled after the School of Medicine's first building, MacNider Hall, it now serves as the "front door" to UNC—Chapel Hill's medical and health education programs.

Date Established: 1960

Date Range: 1960 – Present

Bondurant Hall, 2014. Wikimedia Commons.

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