Rendering of new Institute of Child Development building

Naming opportunities for the Campbell Hall
Institute of Child Development building

Your gift to the Institute of Child Development (ICD) will contribute to significant advancements in human development research and help even more children have a successful future.

We would be honored to recognize your generosity and honor your legacy through a naming opportunity. The project includes spaces with a variety of sizes, functions, and visibility.

Please contact us to find out how you can participate.

Floor Plans and Naming Opportunities

This list is a starting point for discussion.
Please talk to a development officer for more information and additional naming options.

Lower level PDF floor plan

Lower level floor plan

Sunken Terrace

Description: A beautiful outdoor area provides seating and gathering space.
Rendering: Sunken Terrace
Size: 2,635 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Classrooms (2)

Description: The addition of classroom space (located on the lower level and first floor) in the building allows for more informal interaction between students and faculty.
Size: 1,408 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Graduate Student Lounge

Description: The lounge will provide an area for graduate students to share ideas and recharge.
Size: 919 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

First floor PDF floor plan

First level floor plan

Atrium

Description: A bright, airy welcoming space for students, faculty, and research participant families, as well as for community outreach events.
Size: 382 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Classrooms (2)

Description: The addition of classroom space (located on the lower level and first floor) in the building allows for more informal interaction between students and faculty.
Size: 1,818 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Community and Event Space

Description: An important value of ICD is sharing research with the community. This space holds almost 100 guests for a community event.
Size: 698 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Faculty, Staff, and Postdoctoral Offices (28)

Description: ICD researchers and professors will have modern office space.
Size: varies
Recommended Gift: $100,000

Greenspace

Description: Chairs and a patio provide an informal outdoor area, visible from East River Road.
Size: 5,110 square feet
Recommended Gift: $2 million

Huddle Rooms (3)

Description: These three drop-in meeting spaces allow for up to four people to collaborate.
Size: 96 square feet
Recommended Gift: $250,000

Lactation Rooms (3)

Description: To support women and their families, the lactation rooms (located on the first, second, and third floors) will provide a private, safe, and clean place for pumping.
Size: 64 square feet
Recommended Gift: $25,000

Welcome and Reception Area

Description: A comfortable area will provide visitors with information and wayfinding.
Rendering: Reception Area
Size: 103 square feet
Recommended Gift: $500,000

Second floor PDF floor plan

Second level floor plan

Atrium

Description: A bright, airy welcoming space for students, faculty, and research participant families, as well as for community outreach events.
Rendering: Atrium
Size: 382 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Center for Early Education and Development (CEED) Space

Description: The new building will bring CEED under the same roof as its ICD home.
Size: 806 square feet
Recommended Gift: $500,000

Family Waiting and Play Rooms (2)

Description: Families with child research participants will wait in an airy space (located on the first and second floors) with comfortable seating and play areas prior to meeting with researchers.
Size: 219 square feet
Recommended Gift: $500,000

Lactation Rooms (3)

Description: To support women and their families, the lactation rooms (located on the first, second, and third floors) will provide a private, safe, and clean place for pumping.
Size: 64 square feet
Recommended Gift: $25,000

Research Suites (9)

Description: ICD is world-renowned for its research discoveries. These laboratories (located on the second and third floors) advance work in autism, neurobehavioral development, early language and experience, and other areas of impact.
Size: 725 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Testing Rooms (4)

Description: Rooms where researchers observe and work with children as they perform different types of tasks and assessments. Each testing room (located on the second and third floors) is equipped with modern sound and camera technology.
Size: 70 square feet
Recommended Gift: $100,000

Third floor PDF floor plan

Third level floor plan

Atrium

Description: A bright, airy welcoming space for students, faculty, and research participant families, as well as for community outreach events. On the third floor, the "treehouse" extends toward the Knoll.
Rendering: Atrium/Treehouse
Size: 382 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Family Waiting and Play Rooms (2)

Description: Families with child research participants will wait in an airy space (located on the first and second floors) with comfortable seating and play areas prior to meeting with researchers.
Size: 219 square feet
Recommended Gift: $500,000

Lactation Rooms (3)

Description: To support women and their families, the lactation rooms (located on the first, second, and third floors) will provide a private, safe, and clean place for pumping.
Size: 64 square feet
Recommended Gift: $25,000

MRI Simulation Room

Description: The room houses a mock machine so children learn about experience of an MRI prior to the actual imaging session, making the scan process easier.
Size: 202 square feet
Recommended Gift: $500,000

Research Suites (11)

Description: ICD is world-renowned for its research discoveries. These laboratories (located on the second and third floors) advance work in autism, neurobehavioral development, early language and experience, and other areas of impact.
Size: 725 square feet
Recommended Gift: $1 million

Testing Rooms (12)

Description: Rooms where researchers observe and work with children as they perform different types of tasks and assessments. Each testing room (located on the second and third floors) is equipped with modern sound and camera technology.
Size: 70 square feet
Recommended Gift: $100,000

Child Development Laboratory School building PDF floor plan

Description: The Shirley G. Moore Lab School and the University of Minnesota Child Development Center (UMCDC) have joined to form an academically based program that provides top-tier research, education, and community engagement opportunities, as well as high-quality full-day and part-day early childhood education.
Details: Learn more about the naming opportunities for the Child Development Laboratory School building
Size: 31,500 square feet
Recommended Gift: $5 million

Floor plans
Lower, first, second, and third courtesy of RSP Architects
Child Development Laboratory School building courtesy of Miller Dunwiddie Architects