By Villia Struyk
Southern is committed to increasing the number of students who graduate with degrees in the STEM disciplines (science, technolon, engineering, and mathematics) by 35 percent — and signiﬁcantly boosting the percentage of graduates prepared to teach in these ﬁelds as well. The new Academic Science and Laboratory Building is the stunning home away from home for these promising current and future students.
Winter 2015 | 11
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