Last modified: Monday, October 3, 2011
Media advisory: HPER Courtyard Project dedication, naming ceremony on Thursday
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 3, 2011
What: Dedication and naming ceremony at Indiana University Bloomington for the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation's 24,000-square-foot Courtyard Project and Tony A. Mobley Auditorium. The auditorium will be named for Tony Mobley, dean of the School of HPER from 1976-2002. A reception will follow.
When: Thursday, Oct. 6, at 3 p.m.
Where: Soon-to-be-named Tony A. Mobley Auditorium. Use the main entryway into the School of HPER and follow the signs to the auditorium.
Who: IU administrators, faculty members, deans emeriti, students and others will participate in the ceremony, with IU President Michael A. McRobbie presiding.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The Courtyard project expanded into an exterior and little-used courtyard space that was architecturally created in 1961 when the academic portion of the School of Health Physical Education and Recreation was built. The first expansion since that time, the addition provides much needed educational, advising, offices and future lab spaces as the school continues its growth and transition into a school of public health at Indiana University Bloomington.
The 174-seat auditorium is being named for Tony Mobley, who was dean in the early 1990s when the courtyard project was envisioned. LEED-certified, the project was designed by the firm VPS Architecture of Evansville. Partially funded through private donations, the majority of the $6.3 million project is financed by a bond issuance.
For more information , contact David Skirvin, assistant dean for the School of HPER, at 812-855-1561 and email@example.com.