New building’s high-tech features have the campus abuzz

December 14, 2012 | Share |

Outside, metallic sunshades stretch like giant blinds across the Health and Human Science Building’s walls of windows – letting in natural light while regulating heat in an energy-efficient way. Inside, students use computers at tall café tables in a multistory atrium, gather with study groups or professors in nooks and crannies throughout the building or take a break on the rooftop garden.

Deeper inside, they work together and exchange ideas in dozens of high-tech laboratories, classrooms, seminar rooms, study areas and clinical spaces – all designed to offer extraordinary educational experiences and support a range of new, interprofessional collaborations.

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