Utica College Science Annex Expansion Project
The 22,000-25,000 square-foot building connects to the Gordon Science Center and Romano Hall.
Summer 2020 marks a milestone in Utica College's continued growth, as the institution breaks ground on a new, $12-14 million science center - the latest in a string of campus improvements designed to support growing academic areas and improve the quality of student life.
Known informally as the “Science Annex,” the center contains new, state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms for Utica College science classes.
The 22,000-25,000 square-foot building connects to the Gordon Science Center and Romano Hall (the health sciences building).
“The new teaching laboratories will include those for genetics and molecular biology, cell biology and biochemistry, animal physiology and animal behavior, and human anatomy and physiology laboratory,” says Dean of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Biology Dr. Sharon Wise. “We will also have a GIS computing laboratory and classroom, as well as an active-learning classroom space to integrate lecture and laboratory for physics and other science classes for non-majors. Other spaces included a new vivarium with two procedure rooms and 4 climate-controlled housing rooms, a microscopy room, a clean molecular lab, and cell culture lab, as well as other flexible laboratory spaces for faculty/student research. The building will also include spaces for faculty and students to interact outside the classroom.”
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