Marshall Engineering Complex to Boost Enrollment & Improve Cirriculum

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

When classes begin this fall in the new Arthur Weisburg Family Applied Engineering Complex on the campus of Marshall University, school officials expect an increase in enrollment in technology and engineering programs due in large part to the offerings provided in the new facility. The 152,000 square foot building  is organized to promote collaboration between the university’s colleges and research corporations. The complex will house six different academic and research programs that include the College of Information Technology, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computational Science, Computer Modeling & Digital Imaging, Transportation Research Corporation and the Marshall University Research Corporation (MURC).

Read more about the complex in the Charleston Gazette.