Graduate School of Education Building
This is part of a quadrangle of academic buildings that draped contextual brickwork with pilaster like concrete piers that recalled the Beaux-arts training of the architect. The building has received a complete interior renovation in 2001 and a reconstruction of the northeast corner, by the architectural firm of Ewing, Cole, Cherry &, Brott, to create a new entry and presence on Walnut Street.
In summer 2023 a $35.5 million addition to the Graduate School of Education was completed at the southwest corner of 37th and Walnut Streets. The addition creates a new welcoming entrance to connect the existing Graduate School of Education and Stiteler buildings. The addition focuses on connectivity, flexibility, and accessibility and allows the GSE to consolidate many of their functions into one location. It houses instructional laboratories, mixed-use classrooms, offices and student collaboration space within 16,200 GSF of new space and 16,900 GSF of renovated space.