Capital Campaign

New building to be named Heathcock Hall

Background image: Science Hub Aerial View

College of Chemistry alumnus Terry Rosen (Ph.D. '85, Chem) the CEO of Arcus Biosciences, and his wife, Tori, have donated $25 million to the College of Chemistry toward the new building to be named in honor of Terry Rosen’s beloved mentor and former chemistry dean, Clayton Heathcock. Read more about the Rosen's gift here.

The College of Chemistry's faculty and students form a unique research community combining chemistry, chemical biology and chemical engineering into a revolutionary approach to scientific discovery. Our facilities need to be as diverse and unique as the people and ideas that they house to aid in forging breakthrough discoveries.

FEASIBILITY STUDY

The global design firm HOK was retained this spring to create a feasibility study for the College's new science hub. HOK has recommended putting a new research complex, built in three phases, next to the current chemistry buildings to facilitate the least disruption to the current labs. The concept recommends a first phase of approximately 110,000 square feet spread over eight floors to be placed along Gayley Road between Pimentel and Lewis Halls.

Science Hub Plaza view
Science Hub walkway
Funding stats 2019 Capital Campaign
We cannot underestimate the revolutionary impact that one building — and the great minds and equipment that inhabit it — can have on making life-changing discoveries.
JENNIFER DOUDNA, LI KA SHING CHANCELLOR’S CHAIR IN BIOMEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES