Spearman C. Godsey Science Center

Undergraduate Sciences Center

Construction got underway in May 2016 on the new Spearman C. Godsey Science Center, which will accommodate growing enrollment and research activity in chemistry, biology and neurosciences. The Patterson Building was demolished to make room for the signature structure that will anchor a science quadrangle incorporating School of Medicine and School of Engineering facilities and Willet Science Center. The quadrangle will be named for Mercer alumnus and trustee A.V. Elliott, who provided a lead gift for the project. The four-story building, which is projected to be completed in December 2017, will include 32 faculty-student research labs, 28 teaching labs, as well as classrooms and offices.

For additional information about the new Undergraduate Sciences Building and how to make a significant investment in our science students and faculty, please visit aspire.mercer.edu or contact Todd Smith at smith_bt@mercer.edu or Matt Hatchett at hatchett_jm@mercer.edu in the Office of University Advancement, (800) 837-2911.

Naming opportunities are available including faculty offices, classrooms, laboratories and student learning spaces. All donors to this project will be counted as significant investors in Aspire: The Campaign for Mercer University.

 


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View the latest photos taken from the Undergraduate Sciences Building construction site, which will accommodate growing enrollment and research activity in chemistry, biology and neurosciences.


Video Gallery

View the latest video taken from the Undergraduate Sciences Building construction site, which will accommodate growing enrollment and research activity in chemistry, biology and neurosciences.