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State Legislators Visit Campus Aug. 26.
Minnesota state ligislators visited campus to discuss Phase II of the Clinical Sciences Project.
Minnesota State University, Mankato thanks the Minnesota state legislators who visited campus on Aug. 26 to learn more about Phase II of the $6.525 million Clinical Sciences Project, which will impact spaces in four different buildings on campus and complete installation of solar panels on the Clinical Sciences Building.
They were given a handout describing how Phase II of this project will impact spaces in Wiecking Center, Wissink Hall, Armstrong Hall and Morris Hall. More important - the programs of Family Consumer Science, Nursing, Psychology and Instructional Technology, as well as the English Language Institute will all benefit with the completion of Phase II.
Proposed projects include:
- Consolidate the Department of Psychology into one location
- Make significant improvements to Armstrong Hall
- Create a collaborative learning lab to facilitate hands-on learning in Morris Hall
- Update food labs and classrooms used by the Department of Family Consumer Science
- Upgrade HVAC systems in affected areas
Completion of Phase II will result in a $3.4 million reduction in deferred maintenance. The (PDF) handout shared with legislators can be found here.