Reflecting the latest research and pedagogies, the LEED Silver-designed facility anchors a cross-disciplinary STEM Complex by uniting existing science buildings to Armstrong Hall, home of the Engineering program. The heart of project is the flexible and technologically robust Innovation Center, a glass-walled collaborative learning and research pavilion that fosters group learning through an iterative Think/Model/Make process.
The project was supported by Building Our Future bond funding from the State of New Jersey.
- 112,000 GSF (phase 1)
- Robotics laboratory
- BSL-2 laboratory
- Engineering design studio
- Fabrication workshop
- Biomedical Engineering
- Computer Science
- Mechanical Engineering
Dr. R. Barbara Gitenstein
The facilities where we stand today will help the College prepare a new generation of TCNJ graduates for the demands of the STEM economy... and the state’s critically important health science platform.
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