Tillett Hall

Location

53 Avenue E
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8040

Named after Paul Tillett. Born Jul 13, 1923 in Greensboro, NC; died Sept 27, 1966, in New Brunswick; AB (Wesleyan U, 1944), JD (U of Chicago Law School, 1949), MA, PhD (Princeton U, 1953, 1957); Instructor, Department of Politics, Princeton U, 1953-57; Assistant Professor of Political Science, Douglass College, Rutgers U, 1957-60; Associate Professor, 1960-63; Professor, 1963-66; Associate Director, Eagleton Institute of Politics; Editor, Eagleton Case Studies Program; author of Doe Day: The Politics of Wildlife Management in NJ (1963) and numerous articles; instrumental in the planning of Livingston College. Source: Catalogue of Building and Place Names at Rutgers

Offices: 
Admin & Public Safety
Learning Resource Center - CAC
Office Information Technology
SAS - Dean's Office
SAS - Geological Sciences
SAS - PALS
SAS - Psychology
SA-Student Affairs VP
DCS-Digital Classroom Services
Building number: 
4146
Building code: 
TIL
Campus: 
Livingston