By Samantha Tyler
has been needing it for years. It will increase what we can do in classes in terms of hands on experience.”
Neuropsychology Professor Cay Anderson-Hanley’s lab remains in Bailey Hall, while her office has been moved to Butterfield. She is uncertain whether a walkway will be built between the two buildings but says, “I am already walking different hallways, seeing different colleagues, and I think the hope is to increase interdisciplinary interactions.”
Olberg believes there is a great advantage to having all the professors with research concerning the nervous system on the same floor, and bringing together faculty with different ways of studying the same field.
In coming weeks there will be a grand opening to introduce the center to the campus community.