National Institute for Newman Studies
211 N. Dithridge St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
In 2007, work was completed on the Gailliot Center for Newman Studies, the permanent home of the Institute. The Gailliot Center is executed in the Tudor Revival style to provide a symbolic connection to Newman’s English heritage. The structure is defined by a corner clock tower topped by four urns, symbolizing knowledge of great value. A pointed arch at the entrance porch signifies the quest for growth in the spiritual life. A cast stone crest bearing Newman’s coat of arms and