New GVSU science building expands opportunities

ALLENDALE, Mich. (WOOD): Grand Valley State University continues to meet the demand for quality education by expanding and innovating on campus.

The new P. Douglas Kindschi Hall of Science is an investment that will help STEM students to conduct research and grow relationships with faculty.

The 151,720 square-foot, four story building includes nine classrooms, 15 teaching laboratories, 14 faculty/student research laboratories, a computational research lab, study spaces, offices and conference rooms.

The building improves post-graduation employment opportunities for students in Michigan by providing materials, technology and research opportunities that they wouldn’t have otherwise.

GVSU invests in the community by giving students the tools they need to achieve success. How are you Connecting with Community?

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