The Andlinger Center is an academic complex comprised of 4 buildings: East Pyne, Chancellor Green, Joseph Henry House, and Scheide Caldwell House. The Andlinger Center was dedicated in 2004 with a generous donation made by Gerhardt Andlinger. East Pyne, Joseph Henry House, and the Scheide Caldwell House accommodate a number of Humanities programs and departments, including Classics, Comparative Literature, Slavic Languages, German, French and Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, Judaic Studies, Ancient World Program, Canadian Studies Program, European Studies Program, Hellenic Studies Program, Medieval Studies Program, Gauss Seminars for Criticism, the Humanities Council and the Society of the Fellows. In addition, faculty offices and classrooms are located throughout the complex. The Chancellor Green Rotunda, re-opened to the public in 2004, has been restored to its historic use as quiet study space as well as academic spaces for the humanities.
Princeton University Services is entrusted with the scheduling and management of the common spaces within the Andlinger Center, in close coordination with the Council of the Humanities, which consists of the chairs and directors of all humanities programs and departments. University Services manages the following spaces: Chancellor Green Rotunda, 103, 105, Chancellor Green Café, and Thompson Courtyard; East Pyne 010, and the Upper and Lower Hyphens. These spaces are available for use by all academic departments at the University for events whose nature is appropriate to the space, with first priority to humanities departments. Given this academic focus, the Andlinger Center, including the Chancellor Green Rotunda, is not available for events of a personal nature, such as weddings, rehearsals, bar mitzvahs, etc.
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