VCU News: State approves funding to build new $121M STEM education facility at VCU

A conceptual rendering of six story building situated on the west side of Johnson Hall. Credit: Ballinger/Quinn Evans Architects.
A conceptual rendering of the future STEM teaching facility. Credit: Ballinger/Quinn Evans Architects.

VCU News Reports:

“The state budget signed Thursday by Gov. Ralph Northam includes funding for Virginia Commonwealth University to construct a $121 million 168,000-square-foot, six-floor building dedicated to science, technology, engineering and math education on the Monroe Park Campus.”

The building will house eight new laboratories for the Department of Biology’s introductory labs, among myriad additional spaces for other math and science units in the College of Humanities and Sciences.

Read the full article, ‘State approves funding to build new $121M STEM education facility at VCU’ by Brian McNeill.

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