Integrated Science and Engineering Complex
Students who are looking to go into STEM will find Union's Integrated Science and Engineering Complex one of the most inspiring undergraduate science facilities in the United States. The largest and most ambitious project in Union’s history, this $100 million complex was completed in 2020.
A key feature of the building is the striking glass-walled Ainlay Hall. It’s home to a 1.1-MV tandem pelletron accelerator, 400-MHz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, micro CT scanner and other sophisticated instrumentation for student use, as well as a thermal science and fluid mechanics lab.
In addition, electrical engineering research will be enhanced in laboratories dedicated to real-time power grid analysis, and students working on communications systems will enjoy a wide range of opportunities to explore the electromagnetic spectrum.