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JoAnne Woodyard Boyle Health Sciences Center

Seton Hill University

The $18.3 million, 56,000 gross square-foot project, completed in the fall of 2015, includes the Exercise Sciences, Physicians Assistant, Biology, Chemistry, Nutrition, and Dietetics departments and programs. Joined to the existing science building, Lynch Hall, by a dramatic four-story atrium, the design acts as a beacon to all students to join the health sciences with their educational spirit. The facility includes clinical and research labs, exercise science rooms, shared classrooms, a cadaver lab, dining, and much-desired student collaboration space. The building was named in honor of Seton Hill’s former President, Joanne Woodyard Boyle. A passionate advocate for a liberal arts education, her vision was incorporated into the Center’s design.

Location

Greensberg, PA

Project Title

New Construction

Size

56,000 sqft.

Highlights

Glass Atrium

Interdisciplinary Learning Center

Foster Research Environment

Science on Display

Create a Sustainable Campus

Provide a Healthy Work Environment

Campus Connectivity

Impromptu Interactions

Collaboration

4-Story Atrium Gateway adjoined to Lynch Hall

Health Science & Exercise Sciences Rooms

Department & Faculty Office

Flexible Classrooms

Clinical & Research Labs