Renovations in Mechanical Engineering

Sept. 9, 2016

In the last two years Sackett Hall, home of the M.E. Department, has undergone major renovations. This includes the 2014 renovation of Sackett Hall, Room 108, the undergraduate lab space, and Room 213, a second-floor, collaborative-learning classroom.

And in 2015 the renovations have continued. Through a generous gift by the Hubbs and Gatz families, the classroom 208 SH was gutted and redone. This includes new ceilings, lighting, floors, seating/tables, projection equipment, etc. The M.E. Department office was also renovated, creating new office space and a larger conference/seminar room.

This leaves just two Sackett Hall classrooms (100 and 103), the building entryway, and the faculty offices. Moreover, the long-term goal is to install new, energy efficient windows throughout the building.

Anyone interested in supporting these efforts is encouraged to contact Dr. Murphy or the Development Office. Thank you, in advance, for your support.