WLU breaks ground for Global Innovation Exchange building

May 23, 2013

Last week Wilfrid Laurier University broke ground for its $103-million Global Innovation Exchange building. The facility will house WLU's business school and mathematics department, allowing the university to meet the growing demand for enrolment in these programs and expand WLU's ability to deliver integrated and engaged learning opportunities to students locally and globally. The design for the 215,000-square-foot building boasts 4 storeys, a 1,000-seat auditorium, a 4-storey atrium, lecture halls, and a Finance Research Lab with real-time trading facilities and Bloomberg terminals. WLU News Release