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Occupancy of Floors 1 and 4 of this cutting-edge research facility on Tulane’s Uptown campus has begun! But in order to complete Floors 2 and 3, we need the help of alumni, parents, and friends of the School of Science and Engineering.  The School of Science and Engineering continues to follow its strategic vision and is developing new degree programs, hiring more faculty to further build an interdisciplinary materials science and engineering program, and providing entrepreneurial students with the resources to be successful. Succesfull fundraising for the build-out of Floors 2 and 3 provide SSE room for future growth and expansion to accommodate the School's bold vision for integrated discovery.

This building allows Tulane to attract the best students and faculty and offer them the most innovative environment to complete their research. When combining the 13 specialized laboratories inside this building with the world-class faculty the facility will attract, it creates a “center of excellence” that capitalizes on Tulane's integrated science and engineering curriculum.

Please consider donating to this important project to help Tulane complete the next wave of scientific and engineering innovations! All outright contributions, multi-year pledges and gifts of securities will help! You may donate now by going to Tulane's secure online donation page. All supporters of the project with donations of $1,000 and above will be recognized in the building on a permanent Donor Wall. If you would like to support a named area in the building, the following price-points are established.

$600,000 - Research Laboratory

$600,000 - Student Technology Incubator

$500,000 - Porch

$400,000 - Instrument Laboratory

$300,000 - Elevator Vestibule


$250,000+ - Named Fund for Technology Commercialization Program

$100,000 - Study Area

$75,000 - Faculty Office 

$50,000 - Equipment Area

$50,000+ - Named Fund for Instrument Upkeep

To learn more, please contact Kat Engleman or at 504-919-0011.

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Nicole Graas,
May 2, 2011, 12:28 PM
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