Construction Watch: Sacramento State unveils new science complex

$91 million complex is ready for biology and chemistry students, plus grade schoolers and high schoolers

A $91 million science complex that was originally scheduled to open a decade ago is finally hosting its first lab classes at California State University, Sacramento. The Ernest E. Tschannen Science Complex is the new home for biology and chemistry students and will host multiple elementary and high school groups each day in its 120-seat planetarium. Read more.

In other construction news:

The University of Hawaii received a $3.6 million gift for its culinary program thanks to a public-private partnership. Read more.

The aim of University of Maryland’s new Quantum Technology Center, expected to open in 2021, is to prepare students to enter the quantum-related engineering field and bring research advances “from the lab to the marketplace.” Read more.



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