Watson Life Sciences

Watson Life Sciences Building

Watson Life Sciences Ribbon Cutting

Dates: Built in 1998. Dedicated October 1, 1998.

Quote: The college has just completed construction on the $13-million,
42,000-square-foot Watson Life Sciences Building. It is linked by the Blanche
Knox Parker Garden and covered walkways to the existing Dana Science Building,
and the two structures together form the Baker-Watt Science Complex. . . .The
project marks the first significant upgrade of life sciences program space
since the opening of the Dana Science Building in the early 1960s.

Named for: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Watson, parents of Bryna Watson, class
of 1982, and active members of the Board of Visitors.

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