Weston Hall (Formerly New Science Facility)

Part of the Glenn T. Seaborg Science Complex and formerly named the New Science Facility, Weston Hall opened in 2000. It is a three-story, 124,600 square-foot building.  It currently houses the School of Nursing and the Departments of Biology; Chemistry; Earth, Environmental and Geographical Sciences; and Psychological Science. Its specialty areas include more than a dozen teaching laboratories, several animal and plant research labs, extensive biology and chemistry stock rooms, modern cellular and molecular biology core rooms, and a tissue culture laboratory.

New Science Facility, Elizabeth Harden Dr, Marquette, MI 49855

Place Type

On Campus

Website

nmu.edu

Upcoming Events

Weston Hall/Lucas Atrium Dedication

Northern Michigan University will officially recognize the renaming of the New Science Facility as Kathleen Shingler Weston Hall in a 1 p.m. public ceremony...

9/20 1pm
Psi Chi Poster Session

Psi Chi will sponsor a poster session, inviting 1-3 posters from each lab in the Department of Psychological Science

10/11 11:30am

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