Mark Oldham, the design architect for the Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center, discusses the strategy behind the design and construction of the Center.
Initiative: Integrated Sciences Center
A $75 million Integrated Sciences Center will advance Lafayette’s aspirations to lead in innovative teaching and learning, promote interaction and interdisciplinary connections, be environmentally responsible, and provide state-of-the-art academic space for the sciences, now and in the future.
Here are some examples of the impact of your investment.
Lafayette announced today that it is naming its new $75 million Integrated Sciences Center for S. Kent Rockwell ’66, one of the College’s largest benefactors. Groundbreaking for the five-story Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center–the largest capital project in Lafayette’s history–will be held Thursday, May 11. The building is scheduled to open in fall 2019. It will […]
Thanks to a gift from John ’43 and Mary Bolton, first-year students are adding to the world’s knowledge of phages.
Historic gift from Kent Rockwell ’66 is expected to support a new interdisciplinary science facility.
Mentoring, interdisciplinary research, and a modeling-based approach to solving problems – made possible by an $800,000 grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute – transform the biology program.