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Named after Taylor friends Greg and Mary Fran Euler, the 137,000 square-foot, $41.4 million facility will adjoin the historic 55,000 square-foot Nussbaum Science Center, and will house many innovative sustainability features developed by Taylor students and faculty.
"Taylor University's science program is one of the premier programs among Christian colleges and universities throughout the United States," said Dr. Mark Biermann, Dean of Taylor's School of Natural and Applied Sciences. "The new Euler Science Complex will be a critical tool for research, learning, exploration and continued recruitment of outstanding students and faculty."
With the continued help of Taylor friends and partners, the Euler Science Complex is scheduled to be completed by the Fall of 2012. In the meantime, take an online tour, view innovative features, and read stories of past and present students, faculty and staff who are very excited about how the Euler Science Complex will provide more room, better facilities and progressive tools to help students succeed in science for God and His kingdom.
If you are a prospective student or parent and have questions about the Euler Science Complex or want to take a tour on campus, please contact admissions http://www.taylor.edu/admissions/ .
If you are a friend of Taylor willing to partner with us to complete the funding needed for the Euler Science Complex, please contact our advancement team http://www.taylor.edu/giving/ for more information or to plan a time to take an on-campus tour.