The new Everett Roehl STEM Center at the University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County created a new “front door” to the campus, complete with glass walls intended to display student life, engagement, and activity. The new entryway is specifically designed to showcase student STEM projects.
The addition features new classrooms (including chemistry, microbiology, and anatomy), support space, and flexible labs to accommodate distance education learning opportunities. It also houses a new community area for students to gather and collaborate. Renovation to the existing science building includes repurposing rooms to expand math, geography, geology, engineering, and physics classroom spaces. An existing stair was also be removed to create a connection to the new building and open up space for new study lounges.
The Daily Reporter – Top Project, 2017