The Wright House
The Wright House

The Wright House contains the Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Mathematics, which facilitates interdisciplinary research and education in applied mathematics.

The entrance area is open with computer access for visitors. Eight offices provide the primary research space for most core faculty members. Basement offices are available to graduate students working with faculty members.

Building History

The building was constructed in 1923. An addition was built in 1990.

Map Grid: J-5

Building Number: 276

Originally Built: 1923

Abbreviation: WRIGHT

Latitude: 37.22683

Longitude: -80.42617