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Integrated Science Commons Dedication Celebration

On May 6, Vassar alumnae/i, faculty, students, and staff gathered to celebrate the completion of the college’s Integrated Science Commons, comprising Olmsted Hall and Sanders Physics and New England buildings, all of which recently underwent renovations, and the new Bridge for Laboratory Sciences.


The event included a panel on science and the liberal arts as well as a tour of the Touch the Sky exhibition at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. It culminated with a dedication ceremony featuring a variety of speakers and the cutting of a ribbon by Elizabeth Gosnell Miller ’84, whose mother, the late Georgia Potter Gosnell ’51, had made a gift in memory of Miller’s father, Thomas Gosnell, to create the sweeping corridor in the Bridge now known as “The Gosway.”

Additional ribbon cuttings at laboratories, conference rooms, and other areas of the Integrated Science Commons included Gina Bronkie Hammond ’70; Anne Mehringer ’69; Lawrence Lui ’92; Geraldine Bond Laybourne ’69, P’93; Pat Parton Rosenwald ’56, GP’14; and E. John Rosenwald, Jr. GP’14.

Posted by Office of Communications Tuesday, May 24, 2016