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Dean hails Science Building’s opportunities on ‘MTSU On the Record’ [+VIDEO]

The environment in which tomorrow’s scientists will lay the groundwork for their futures was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

Dr. Robert "Bud" Fischer, second from right, dean of MTSU's College of Basic and Applied Sciences, shows a group of visitors one of the labs in the university's new Science Building during the Oct. 15 opening ceremony for the facility. Students and faculty can write on the labs' glass walls to work out chemical equations and make notes for research and lab projects. (MTSU file photo by Darby Campbell)

Dr. Robert “Bud” Fischer, second from right, dean of MTSU’s College of Basic and Applied Sciences, shows a group of visitors one of the labs in the university’s new Science Building during the Oct. 15 opening ceremony for the facility. Students and faculty can write on the labs’ glass walls to work out chemical equations and make notes for research and lab projects. (MTSU file photo by Darby Campbell)

Host Gina Logue’s interview with Dr. Robert “Bud” Fischer, dean of the MTSU College of Basic and Applied Sciences, first aired Oct. 27 on WMOT-FM (89.5 and www.wmot.org). You can listen to their conversation here.

MTSU administrators and other dignitaries held an official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the university’s new $147 million science building Oct. 15.

Dr. Robert "Bud" Fischer

Dr. Robert “Bud” Fischer

The 257,000-square-foot facility includes six teaching lecture halls, 13 research laboratories and 36 teaching laboratories.

“The research labs … are gigantic,” said Fischer. “They’re meant to be interdisciplinary. They hold more than one faculty member. They hold more than one faculty member’s grad students and undergrads. So it’s really building a team type of atmosphere to do research.”

For more information about the science building, visit www.mtsu.edu/sciencebuilding.

To listen to previous “MTSU On the Record” programs, visit the searchable “Audio Clips” archives at www.mtsunews.com.

For more information about “MTSU On the Record,” contact Logue at 615-898-5081 or WMOT-FM at 615-898-2800.

A video clip of the interview is available below.


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