Landmark Science Complex opens at Sac State

August 29, 2019 |

A $91 million science complex that was originally scheduled to open a decade ago is finally hosting its first lab classes at Sac State.

The Ernest E. Tschannen Science Complex, named for the Swiss immigrant who donated $9 million toward its construction, is the new home for biology and chemistry students. They’re moving from Sequoia Hall, a building with labs so outdated that some students used hairdryers when the Bunsen burners wouldn’t work.

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