New science facility at Kent State's Ashtabula campus

Dec. 4, 2007
$15 million building set to open in 2009

Kent State University is building a $15 million Health and Science Building on its Ashtabula, Ohio, campus. The facility, scheduled to open in 2009, will house the nursing, occupational therapy assistant technology, physical therapist assistant technology and radiologic technology associate degree programs. It will feature state-of-the-art laboratories and technologically advanced classrooms, plus an auditorium-style classroom. The architect is CBLH Design.

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