Sneak peek: Inside UMd.’s new computer science center named for an Oculus VR co-founder

//Sneak peek: Inside UMd.’s new computer science center named for an Oculus VR co-founder

Sneak peek: Inside UMd.’s new computer science center named for an Oculus VR co-founder

After a five-year journey kick-started by a $31 million donation from Oculus VR Inc. co-founder Brendan Iribe, University of Maryland’s newest facility is just a week away from its official opening. The Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering — a $152 million, 215,600-square-foot building at Baltimore Avenue and Campus Drive in College Park — will serve the new home of 4,000 undergraduate, master’s and doctoral candidate students. The building houses two auditoriums, 13…

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