Last updated 7/11/2019 at 1pm
Eastern Washington University’s Interdisciplinary Science Center rises between on the Cheney campus between the Science Building (right) and the Pence Union Building to the left. Ground was broken on the $67 million project in July 2018 and is projected for completion in May 2020.
The project calls for a state-of-the-art science building that will meet the modern day needs of growing STEM programs such as biology, chemistry/biochemistry, geology, and physics. The new facility will be connected by enclosed walkways to the existing science building, which the university hopes to renovate ev...