BIOSCIENCES COMPLEX

Planned improvements to Schrenk Hall
This artist’s rendering shows the university’s planned new construction of the Biosciences Complex

A World-class facility for nationally recognized education and research

Schrenk Hall currently hosts research in early cancer detection in the Center for Single Nanoparticle, Single Cell, and Single Molecule Monitoring, pioneering polymer and surface materials research in the Coatings Institute, and bioenergy production research in the Center for Statistical and Computational Modeling of Biological Complexity.

A much needed rebuild and renovation of this facility will expand research space, modernize classrooms and labs and improve accessibility and energy conservation. Originally built in 1938, Schrenk Hall is home to Missouri S&T’s biological sciences and chemistry departments.

“The idea is to revitalize and provide a technological, student-centered visual anchor to the south side of campus.”

99,000

square feet
of new construction

85%

of students
use Schrenk Hall

10

new
laboratories

7

new
biology faculty

4

new
classrooms

220

person,
new lecture hall

Want more info?

Naming opportunities are available in the new facility!

For more information, contact Kristen Snyder Gallagher,
executive director of development, College of Arts, Sciences, and Business