Campus buildings completed 2010 through the present (slideshow)
Li Ka Shing Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences, completed in 2011. Global entrepreneur and philanthropist, Li Ka-shing, donates funds to propel support for building of the 200,000 square foot facility.
A rebuilt Campbell Hall is dedicated in February 2015. The focus of the renovation was bridging the gap between astronomers and physicists, and included an open-air bridge to LeConte Hall and the physics department.
In 2010 graduate and undergraduate student leadership negotiate an agreement to rebuild Lower Sproul Plaza. The ASUC agrees to share revenues from its retail businesses in Lower Sproul with the graduate students. That pact, along with a ballot measure to increase student fees, makes the renovation possible.