University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Chemistry Instructional Building was featured in the Fall 2021 edition of the university’s Letters and Science magazine. Reporter Aaron R. Conklin emphasized the positive impact the facility will have for current and future students alike. The ten-story building will house state-of-the-art laboratories with enough space to accommodate each student as well as a “multipurpose learning studio that can be used for classes, poster sessions and receptions.” The Chemistry Instructional Building will create a sense of place and identity for the Chemistry program within the campus fabric.
“The new Chemistry Tower is really a testament to the power of our campus community to recognize a problem and
then join together to find a successful solution. Ensuring that we can meet the evolving instructional needs of our students goes to the very heart of our mission at UW-Madison, and that’s exactly what this project accomplishes.” — Rebecca Blank, UW-Madison Chancellor