The Brouder Science Center is completeAfter a year of construction, the building was completed. See the center's progress in photos.
By fall of 2012, the skeleton of the science center was forged, giving a better understanding of just how grand the space would be.
Only five months later, things were taking shape in the interior of the building.
By the summer of 2013, the center was nearly complete. The classrooms for biology, chemistry, environmental sciences, forensic science and nursing are state-of-the art.
The lecture hall seats 126 people.
The stairwell leads down to a lower level filled with top-notch classrooms and laboratories.
Faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of the college were able to purchase inscribed bricks, which were installed in the front walkway.
With the start of school just a few weeks out, August meant it was time to put the finishing touches on classrooms and faculty offices.
Dr. Chris Babayco, assistant professor of chemistry, sets up equipment.
Larry Young ’76 installs his Genome sculpture in front of the building.
The Gerald T. and Bonnie M. Brouder Science Center ready to receive students!