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September 13, 2011 5:41 AM

New Wave staff
newwave@tulane.edu

On Friday (Sept. 9), Tulane University held a groundbreaking ceremony for the $7.4 million Donna and Paul Flower Hall for Research and Innovation.

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Flower Hall will be a catalyst for Tulane’s emergence as a science and engineering powerhouse, says Nick Altiero, dean of the School of Science and Engineering.

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Tulane President Scott Cowen, left, and Paul Flower, President’s Council member and benefactor, chat on their way to the groundbreaking ceremony. (Photos by Tracie Morris Schaefer)

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Breaking ground for the new Flower Hall are, from left, the benefactors' granddaughter, Mary Catherine Flower; Nick Altiero, dean of the School of Science and Engineering; Donna Flower, benefactor; Paul Flower, President’s Council member and benefactor; Wade Herpin, senior project engineer of the Economic Development Administration; and Tulane President Scott Cowen.

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