Neuroscience

Goal: Raise $3.5 million for the construction of a neuroscience wing

Progress to date: $2 million raised

Trinity proposes the construction of a $3.5 million, 4,425 square-foot wing adjacent to the Jacobs Life Science Center that will provide up-to-date facilities for faculty members and students in the neurosciences, including a computer laboratory, faculty research facilities, a seminar room, faculty offices, and student meeting areas.

The stand-alone laboratory wing is a response to unprecedented growth in Trinity’s Neurosciences Program, a relatively new science that has already achieved national recognition for its teaching and research. The addition will have the capacity to accommodate new faculty, additional students, and new curricular and research programs as the program continues to grow. The wing will be sustained even if a new science building is constructed to replace Jacobs in the long-term future. View the design plans for the Neuroscience Laboratory WingAlso: View a walkthrough of the proposed wing.

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Michael Loberg ’69, P’00 and his wife Melinda P’00 funded the first step in addressing this glaring need, the renovation of space in the lower level of the Jacobs Life Sciences Center. Step two is the building of this nearly 4,500 square-foot wing next to the Jacobs Science Center. It will take $3.5 million in philanthropic investments from dozens of alumni, parents, and others to bring it to fruition. Its construction will ensure the continuation of Trinity’s excellence and will allow faculty to nurture young scientists in an especially compelling way.

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