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September 21st, 2009
The Northwest Corner Buildingóbriefly known as the Interdisciplinary Science Building before the administration recently changed its mind again in the hopes of attracting a wider array of donorsówas topped off in December 2007, when the highest beam was raised. The building is supposed to house classrooms, faculty offices, and research facilities for chemistry, engineering, physics, and biology. It will also be another access point in and out of the main campus.
"We hope the building will encourage the kinds of collaboration that have taken place anyway," Dirks added, noting that research will stress molecular processes and nanoscience.
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