Opened in fall 2008, the Science Building consolidates all science disciplines taught at Eastern Connecticut State University into one facility. The building houses the departments of Biology, Math and Computer Science, Environmental Earth Science, and Physical Science, as well as the Institute for Sustainable Energy. It includes general-purpose classrooms, laboratories, a greenhouse, a large resource room, and a 150-seat lecture hall with state-of-the-art audio-visual systems. All labs and classrooms are fitted out with the latest lab systems and equipment and has a state of the art data center. The building also provides spaces on each floor where students can study and work collaboratively.
With more than 173,000 square feet across six floors, Eastern’s Science Building provides a modern space for excellent science instruction, enhances student-faculty research, and serves as a catalyst for interdisciplinary studies.
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Last updated: 03 Jun, 2021