Freed-Hardeman University has now opened the new Anderson Science Center to house new laboratories and improved facilities for the School of Sciences and Mathematics.
A ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated the completion of Anderson Science Center, named in memory of James R. Anderson and in honor of Rubye Anderson, parents of Tom Anderson. Mrs. Anderson cut the ribbon to the science center. The 22,000 square foot facility, located on the corner of Main Street and Hamlett Avenue, cost approximately $8 million and houses labs for chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, and anatomy and physiology; faculty offices and a conference room are also a part of the building.
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