Celebrating the official kickoff of the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratory Building project
MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (09/29/2023) – Earlier this week, members of the department joined state officials and UMN dignitaries for an official kickoff celebration for the renovation project that will bring state-of-the-art chemistry teaching laboratories to campus in Fall 2025. Renovating and modernizing our teaching spaces will transform undergraduate chemistry education for more than 5,000 students each semester. We are thankful for our partners at the college, University, and State of Minnesota for their support of this critical project. As we look forward to the next chapter of teaching in this new space, we are excited to champion the next generation of discovery.
Read more about the kickoff event from the University and local news outlets:
- U of M celebrates investments in world-class undergraduate chemistry facility (University of Minnesota – Twin Cities)
- University of Minnesota breaks ground on new $144 million chemistry building (Kare 11)
- University of Minnesota leaders, Gov. Walz celebrate updates to chemistry building (KSTP)
Stay up-to-date on the project by visiting the Fraser Hall Chemistry Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories Construction Updates website, and check out the live webcam of the building's renovation!