By Scott Gilliam
Butler University recently completed construction on the Levinson Family Hall addition, which connects two 70s-era buildings – Gallahue Hall and Holcomb Building – without erasing their distinctive international style. Levinson Family Hall also gathers dispersed departments and programs under one roof, marrying historically significant science programs with modern lab and classroom facilities and creating spaces where students and faculty can collaborate both formally and informally.
Most importantly – the building will connect today’s students, faculty, and researchers to discoveries that shape the way we will live tomorrow. As academic trends and teaching methods evolve, Butler envisions the Science Complex Renovation and Expansion project as an opportunity to create spaces that support current and future needs through interdisciplinary and collaborative learning and research.