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Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex

The Science Complex

Thanks to more than 200 donors, businesses and organizations who contributed to the construction of the Miller Science Complex, Grace College far exceeded its $8 million fundraising goal and the Complex officially opened on Oct. 5, 2018.


Front of the Science Center addition

The Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex is finished! The project includes the renovation of 22,500 square feet of the current facility and the addition of 13,000 square feet of new space. Along with new and renovated labs, classrooms, and offices, the Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex will also house the Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams, an education and research center focused on the more than 100 lakes and streams in Kosciusko County.

Thanks to more than 200 donors, businesses and organizations who contributed to the construction of the Miller Science Complex, Grace College far exceeded its $8 million fundraising goal and the Complex was officially opened on Oct. 5, 2018.

The Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex houses new and updated classrooms and laboratories for the Grace College Department of Science and Mathematics, including Grace’s first classroom-in-the-round.  The Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams is also located in the Complex.  The Center’s Learning Lab offers students and community members of all ages an opportunity to engage in hands-on learning about our local lakes and waterways.  The world’s first freshwater virtual aquarium and an augmented reality sandbox are two of the most exciting features.

 

Interested in a tour?

 Call Amy Bloemendaal at (574) 372-5100 x 6445 or email bloemea@grace.edu for more information or to set up a tour.