Earlier this month, University of the Sciences students signed one of the last beams that will be placed inside the school’s $26 million healthcare education building.
The 57,000 square foot building, recently given the cozy-sounding name of the Integrated Professional Education Complex, will open at 4306 Woodland Avenue in spring 2014. Backed by state funds, the building will feature a clinical practice lab, a simulation lab, lecture halls and more. The project began in winter 2012.
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