URI Today

Thursday, November 27, 2014

From north to south, east to west, URI campus again being transformed

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Nora Lewis

If you havenít taken a ride or walked to the north edge of campus on Flagg Road, you are missing a stunning new addition to the University of Rhode Island skyline.

With the steel framing complete, all of the concrete flooring poured for each level, and installation of some of the brick exterior now underway, the new Center for Chemical and Forensic Sciences is taking its place in the life and health sciences district with its neighbors, the Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences, the College of Pharmacy building, the Chafee Social Science Center and White Hall, home to the College of Nursing.

But itís not just the north section ofÖ


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