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North Campus Aerial

An aerial photo of North Campus

The François-Xavier Bagnoud Building at sunrise on June 25, 2020 on the North Campus at the University of Michigan. The Aerospace Engineering Department at U-M is centrally located in the François-Xavier Bagnoud Building, a highly modern 100,000 square-foot complex that includes classrooms, teaching laboratories, research laboratories, faculty and staff offices, and a student learning center. Not only do students in the program benefit from this outstanding facility, but the building also has a lot of history behind its name. Photo: Levi Hutmacher/Michigan Engineering, Communications & Marketing