Developed Course Materials
The faculty in the Integrated Quantitative Science Program make a range of course materials available to faculty at other universities who are interested in implementing comparable programs.
Gottwald Science Center
Dedicated in 2006 after a $37 million expansion and renovation, the Gottwald Center for the Sciences is the home of the biology, chemistry and physics departments. With 22 teaching laboratories and 50 student-faculty research laboratories, the space includes lab facilities for organic chemistry, biochemistry and neuroscience; a quantitative science center; a nuclear magnetic resonance center; and a digital biological imaging center.
Biological Imaging Lab
The Biological Imaging Lab is a state-of-the-art microscopy facility located on the ground floor of the Gottwald Center for the Sciences. Home to three advanced microscopes and modern preparation tools, this facility allows student and faculty researchers to capture images of the highest quality. Students in particular are encouraged to work in the lab to gain first-hand experience with microscopy techniques that are not often available at the undergraduate level.