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Hamline breaks ground on new University Center

Monday, 11 April 2011

With hard hats on and shovels in hand, students, faculty, alumni, and donors broke ground on Hamline University’s new University Center today at the site for the new building, on the southwest edge of Hamline’s campus in St. Paul, Minnesota.  University President Linda Hanson announced that the building would be named the Carol Young Anderson and Dennis Anderson University Center, in honor of the project’s lead donors.

The three-level glass and terra cotta building will include large and small meeting spaces, computer bars, dining facilities, a coffee shop, a Spirit ...[more]



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Please Join Us for the Inaugural Meeting for the Committee for Research and Innovation Design

Monday, 19 June 2017

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Please join the inaugural meeting for the Committee for Research and Innovation Design, co-chaired by Luke Voiland, Principal with Shepley Bulfinch and Lynn Petermann, Associate with Payette. Hosted by LabCentral, Celina Chang, Director of Laboratory Operations, will lead a presentation titled,

The Inaugural Meeting for the Committee for Research and Innovation Design

Monday, 19 June 2017


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Please join the inaugural meeting for the Committee for Research and Innovation Design, co-chaired by Luke Voiland, Principal with Shepley Bulfinch and Lynn Petermann, Associate with Payette. Hosted by LabCentral, Celina Chang, Director of Laboratory Operations, will lead a presentation titled,

Today’s lab building by the numbers

Friday, 14 October 2016

Shepley Bulfinch undertook a 3-month long study where we examined science facilities from over a 100 colleges and universities across the country. We gathered data that details departmental usage, building efficiency and other key metrics that drive the design of science buildings. In particular, we tracked usage related to interdisciplinary research and STEM trends across higher education.

Key insights included:

  • Buildings are 37% larger while undergoing a 15% reduction in square footage per department.
  • There has been a 260% increase in the space allotted to dry labs. This dramatic increase represents new types of research driven by technology that does not require hoods and benches, including computational biology, computer science, and robotics.
  • Increased ...[more]