Fort Lewis College’s proposal for Health Sciences Center ranks No. 1

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Fort Lewis College’s proposal for Health Sciences Center ranks No. 1

College in hunt for $26.5 million in state funding
Fort Lewis College students sit on tables and stand during a class in Skyhawk Hall, while exercise physiologist and lab coordinator Rotem Ishay completes a metabolic analysis of cyclist Sam Vickery. The class took place in a converted dance studio that now functions as a lab, classroom and storage area.
Fort Lewis College Vice President for Advancement Mark Jastorff, left, and Provost Cheryl Nixon describe the proposed $32.8 million Health Sciences Center planned for the south end of Whalen Gym.
The proposed $32.8 million Health Sciences Center would be built on the south end of Whalen Gym.
Fort Lewis College staff Mark Jastorff, vice president for advancement, and Provost Cheryl Nixon talk in Skyhawk Hall about the proposed $32.8 million Health Sciences Center.

Fort Lewis College’s proposal for Health Sciences Center ranks No. 1

Fort Lewis College students sit on tables and stand during a class in Skyhawk Hall, while exercise physiologist and lab coordinator Rotem Ishay completes a metabolic analysis of cyclist Sam Vickery. The class took place in a converted dance studio that now functions as a lab, classroom and storage area.
Fort Lewis College Vice President for Advancement Mark Jastorff, left, and Provost Cheryl Nixon describe the proposed $32.8 million Health Sciences Center planned for the south end of Whalen Gym.
The proposed $32.8 million Health Sciences Center would be built on the south end of Whalen Gym.
Fort Lewis College staff Mark Jastorff, vice president for advancement, and Provost Cheryl Nixon talk in Skyhawk Hall about the proposed $32.8 million Health Sciences Center.
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