The Swarthmore College Science Departments are currently housed in Dupont Hall (Physics and Astronomy, Mathematics and Statistics, Chemistry) and Martin Hall (Biology). These facilities, along with the Computer Science Program and the Cornell Science Library, will all undergo renovation and linking in the design and construction project described here.
This site serves to keep the community up-to-date on design, construction, and related issues, and will serve as a forum for feedback and interaction among various stakeholders in the project.
Please let us know what you think, and see what others have said.
In response to a $100,000 Science Center challenge by the George I. Alden Trust, the College raised $437,500 in new gifts last year. With $26 million of the $71 million total cost raised to date, we extend our thanks to all who have contributed. If you would like to help Swarthmore sustain its leadership position in the undergraduate preparation of the nation's future scientists, please visit www.swarthmore.edu/support/.
Guidelines for Campus Development at Swarthmore College
Science Project Committee members
Project Goals - developed by the committee to help guide the project
Design Team - the architects, landscape architects, engineers, and other team members
Hot News on the Project - check here for updates on construction and schedules
"Green Team" - a group to help gather information on environmental aspects of the project
Project Timeline - how the project is expected to evolve over time
Current Design of Project
Historical Evolution of the Design
Science Buildings at other institutions
Send message to the chair of the Science Project User's Group, Rachel Merz (email@example.com)
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