Glenville State College's Science Hall

Photos by Drew Moody
Special for the Hur Herald

Opened to students this spring, Glenville State College offers science, lab and computer-based testing facilities unrivaled by any West Virginia school without a permanent research component, according to Dr. Kevin Evans, a professor there.

The 9.2 million dollar renovation project began in the summer of 2006 and was completed in time for the opening of the spring 2008 semester.

During the 18-month project Clark Hall became the 'cramped' science, math and nursing headquarters.

Science Hall open house hours will be April 25 from 10-2 p.m., and April 26 from 2-4 p.m.

Professor Karen Cox confirms student Andrea Starcher's lab results. Starcher is the daughter of Debbie Johnson-Starcher of Glenville.

Professor Larry Baker uses an old gasoline-powered
tractor engine to illustrate principles of combustion

A student drops particles into a test tube, seeding an experiment.

Glenville State College students use computer analysis
to track and find evidence of molecular activity.

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