Our Future Home
Our future home will be housed along the Drillfield at Sandy Hall. Originally the building was supposed to hold administrative offices for the College of Science, but Dean Lay Nam Chang decided that the school should have its own building.
Sandy Hall, built in 1923, will no longer be a place of dry wall and worn-down ceiling tiles. Instead, it will be a place for students to come together, share ideas and to work on projects.
The bottom floor will have a variety of open seating arrangements known as the Neurocommons. This space will also include the ability to host regular speakers from the neuroscience field in a similar format of a TED talk. Additionally, the building will hold faculty offices and upper level neuroscience classes.