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Duderstadt Center

2281 Bonisteel Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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The Duderstadt Center opened in 1996 as a place to provide faculty and students with the tools and collaborative space for creating the future. Located in the heart of North Campus, "The Dude" is home to the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library; the College of Engineering Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN); the Digital Media Commons; and the Millennium Project, and provides a nexus for creative and technological innovation across disciplines. It is next to the 4-acre area surrounding Lurie Bell Tower that is referred to as “The Grove.”

Students at the Duderstadt's Mujo Cafe
The corner of Duderstadt Center with flags in front of it at dusk
"The Dude" is home to libraries, CAEN, and the Digital Media Commons, among many others.