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Roberts Wesleyan breaks ground on science and nursing building

Chili, N.Y. -- Roberts Wesleyan College leaders broke ground Monday on a new science and nursing building on campus.

The 40,000-square-foot, academic building will include educational facilities for science and nursing instruction and training. There will also be state-of-the-art classrooms, simulation laboratories and an experimental greenhouse. For out-of-market students, the new building will be equipped for distance learning and will support online and hybrid course delivery.

This spectacular facility will help us prepare the next generation of science, technology and health care professionals said John A. Martin, Roberts Wesleyan College president.

Phase one of the project will cost $19 million. It will connect the new facility to the existing Merlin G. Smith Science Center.

Construction on the new science and nursing building is expected to be complete in July 2015.

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