Inside the Yale School of Management’s new home

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The 242,000-square-foot Edward P. Evans Hall, the new home of the Yale School of Management, was formally dedicated on Jan. 9. The building — designed by Foster + Partners, chaired by Lord Norman Foster ARCH ’62 — is situated at the northern end of the Yale campus at 165 Whitney Ave. It features a modern design, glass façade, and large courtyard, and is expected to become one of the campus' architectural landmarks. The hall is named in recognition of a gift from the late Edward P. (Ned) Evans '64 B.A.