With shovels in hand, members of the Misericordia University community came together Wednesday to ceremoniously break ground against the backdrop of the existing science hall as they launch construction of the $45 million Frank M. and Dorothea Henry Science Center – the largest academic building on the more than 124-acre campus.
The comprehensive Henry Science Center features a deliberate mix of classroom space, technology, and teaching and research laboratories. Its concept began in 2016 when the Misericordia University Board of Trustees committed to the multi-year project to expand learning and research opportunities for students and faculty. Built in 1957 and renovated in 1988, the existing building was designed to accommodate 800 students on a campus now serving close to 3,000 students.
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