Ribbon-Cutting Event Celebrates Integrated Sciences Complex at UMass Boston

On October 23, 2014, UMass Boston and DCAMM welcomed Governor Patrick and other dignitaries to a celebration of the Commonwealth’s commitment to investing in higher education. The Integrated Sciences Complex, designed by Goody Clancy, is the first new academic building to be constructed on the UMass Boston campus since the 1970s, and provides 225,000 square-feet of sophisticated research space for biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science and psychology, as well as teaching labs for undergraduate biology. Its design and location make it the new “front door” for the campus, welcoming all with its glass-and-stone exterior and expressing the importance of science at UMass Boston.

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