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Opened in January 2003, the 115,000-square-foot Agnes Scott College Science Center houses the departments of biology, chemistry, psychology, and physics. The building was designed by Boston architects Shepley, Bullfinch, Richardson and Abbott to make the sciences accessible to the campus community. All labs have windows opening to hallways, allowing observation of research. Ample space is provided for faculty research and laboratories for faculty and student research.
The center's Woolford B. Baker Atrium is the heart of the building. With its three-story representation of Agnes Scott's DNA on one wall, the space provides a backdrop for meetings and social events of all types.
Science Center: Dedication. Booklet. Decatur, GA: Agnes Scott College, April 2003.