Warner Hall

Warner Hall

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Warner Hall was built in 1952 and currently is home to psychology, counseling psychology, English, foreign languages, philosophy, and speech, as well as university services such as the Patricia A. Doyle Women’s Center, the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, Services for Students with Disabilities, and Student Support Services. The building is named after Isaac Newton Warner, a former mathematics professor and member of the Platteville Normal School and the Platteville State Teachers College for 30 years.

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