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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Center for Innovation in Medical Professions, Cleveland State University

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Center for Innovation in Medical Professions, Cleveland State University

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Center for Innovation in Medical Professions, Cleveland State University

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (September 2, 2015) — PCPA’s new building for Cleveland State University officially opens today, September 2, 2015. Principal Fred Clarke and Associate Principal Kristen Hawkins are on campus to celebrate the occasion with more than 300 community members and dignitaries.

The new 100,000 square feet, three-story is a highly collaborative space for health-care education, promoting a new model for health care that focuses on interdisciplinary clinical training across the profession. It houses Cleveland State’s programs for nursing and health sciences, as well as the speech and hearing clinic and student health services. NEOMED, Northeast Ohio Medical College, is now an occupant. In addition, Innovation Center space throughout the building accommodates new programs and research.

Sited on a full city block, CIMP welcomes students and faculty with a verdant lawn, a cantilevered entrance and full-height wall of glazed yellow terra cotta. The three-story atrium clad in transparent glass is filled with natural light and reveals expansive views of the campus. Visible as students approach the main entrabnce, the dramatic wood-clad inverted pyramidal ceiling is highlighted by the broad sweep of the roof cantilever.

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