Now a permanent part of the Lafayette landscape, Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center invites students and faculty representing divergent disciplines to join conversations about science and innovation.

It’s the home for studies in biology, computer science, and environmental science and studies, the Office of Sustainability, Bradbury Dyer, III ’64 Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Daniel and Heidi ’91 Hanson Center for Inclusive STEM Education.

With state-of-the-art equipment and open, flexible labs and classrooms, Rockwell inspires learning and collaboration, and opens a literal window into experiencing the world in new, exciting ways.

The center, officially dedicated by the campus community Sept. 27, is also a model of energy efficiency and eco-friendly design, and a popular destination to grab a good cup of coffee or a salad topped with locally sourced ingredients.

The lead gift for the $75 million building was provided by Trustee Emeritus S. Kent Rockwell ’66.