BHDP collaborated with Shawnee State to create a master STEMM modernization plan, including renovations to Business, Health Sciences, Sports Management, and Engineering Technology facilities. The plan promotes high-quality curriculums and facilities that attract and retain students and faculty through engaging, collaborative and interdisciplinary learning experiences, all while preparing graduates to succeed in tomorrow’s world.

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The phased project renovated three University buildings on campus that support STEMM education—the Health Science Building, Kricker Hall, and the Advanced Technology Center (ATC). The first two phases brought together the Allied Health and Athletic Fitness programs to allow cross training and shared resources by relocating Nursing to the Health Science Building and remodeling the adjacent Kricker Hall with upgraded Physical, Occupational, and Athletic learning labs. The third phase modernized and expanded space for the Gaming/Simulation and Plastics Manufacturing programs within the ATC, including a new Fab Lab and 3D Printing Lab as core facilities for all STEMM education.

Additional investment to renovate the University’s STEMM facilities in the ATC is planned for future phases.