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The number of students majoring in the sciences has steadily increased the last few decades and the Russell T. Tutt Science Center -- the newest major facility on campus -- was planned to give departments more space and adequate laboratories for teaching and research. It is home to our environmental science, mathematics, psychology, and neuroscience departments, along with part of geology. The building houses “smart” classrooms (classrooms with technology that integrates multimedia resources such as the web, PowerPoint presentations, video and DVD into teaching), faculty offices, a lecture hall, as well as state-of-the-art laboratories. The building meets the Leadership in Energy Efficient Design (LEED) criteria for “green” building standards which include the use of recycled waste materials, certain levels of energy efficiency, and even bike racks and plug-ins for electric cars. Only a few dozen other buildings meet these standards in the United States.
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