Posted by Sara Meers on February 7, 2014
Construction on the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School and the Ellsworth and Virginia Hill Welcome Center began in fall 2013 and continues to progress as we move into the spring semester.
Work Completed Last Week
Two Week Look-ahead
When finished, the STEM Partnership school will serve elementary and middle school students from area districts. The school will be staffed via a unique professional model, and teachers will be drawn from the partner districts. Teachers then will return to their home districts ready to serve as teacher leaders.
The Hill Welcome Center will serve as the central gathering place for prospective students, alumni and current students. The building will house space for classes, meetings, dinners and receptions, and will extend the tradition of hospitality for which the university is known.
Watch live videos of the STEM school and Welcome Center construction sites here.