New Building Expands Space for Teaching & Research

This spring the School of Science will break ground on the first phase of a two-phase building project, which includes 35,000 square feet of research and teaching labs. The first phase, with a Science budget of $25 million, will be funded entirely through research indirect cost recovery. This is the first academic building on the IUPUI campus, outside of the School of Medicine, to be funded in this way. Phase two, not shown, will add 30,000 square feet of lab and administrative space.

Given our current trajectory, this new space will be just the beginning. Continuing development and construction of quality laboratory space are critical to our academic and research endeavors.  Your investment ensures that the impact of the School of Science will extend beyond campus and secure our place as an urban leader in science education and research.  Not only will community investment transform undergraduate and graduate science education in central Indiana, it will cement Indiana's role as THE incubator for life and health science innovation.  

Become personally involved in shaping this transformation through support of our campaign funding endowed chairs, scholarships and graduate stipends.