The Moseley Hall renovation redefines STEM education and research for the next generation of Bowling Green State University students. It includes new laboratory classrooms for geology, chemistry, biology, and medical lab science. The project advances the university’s mission to provide a collaborative, evidence-based, and research-driven approach to science teaching and learning. The renovation restores the historic qualities of the original 1916 building, while creating a vibrant, interdisciplinary science hub with formal and informal learning spaces. All building systems were upgraded, including the addition of an elevator core. This project was completed in association with DesignGroup.
Moseley Hall, a Traditions Building on the campus of Bowling Green State University (BGSU), has been completely renovated and updated to be an interdisciplinary science laboratory building.