A New Name for ECJS Building in Honor of Larry '74 and Cora Bull
Utica University celebrated the renaming of the Economic Crime and Justice Studies building in honor of two of the University's most generous benefactors: Larry '74 and Cora "Corky" Bull.
On May 12, 2022, Utica University celebrated the renaming of the Economic Crime and Justice Studies building in honor of two of the University's most generous benefactors: Larry '74 and Cora "Corky" Bull.
The Lauren and Cora Bull Hall was officially dedicated in a ceremony, at which President Laura Casamento delivered remarks honoring the Bulls' long history of philanthropy and engagement with the University, including their recent $2 million gift in support of the new Pioneer Track and Field Complex.
"Their philanthropy is equaled by their history of extraordinary service to the institution. As a founding member of the Utica Board of Trustees, one of the longest serving trustees, and the only two-time chairperson of the Board, Larry Bull has helped guide Utica through some of the most pivotal and monumental moments in its maturation as an institution," said President Casamento.
"He was extraordinarily influential in the growth of the physical plant and the expansion of innovative academic programs, both of which are symbolized by the ECJS Building. The Bulls are also the benefactors of the Utica University medallion and the principal namesakes of the Bull Family Board Conference Room."
Constructed in 2008, the former Economic Crime and Justice Studies building is home to Utica University's cybersecurity, criminal justice, fraud and financial crimes programs, as well as meeting and instructional spaces, research laboratories for computer forensics, and more.
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