UNC Greensboro celebrates groundbreaking for new Nursing and Instructional Building


Rodgers joined students and campus leaders from UNC Greensboro, along with several state leaders, including North Carolina Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger, to celebrate the groundbreaking of the University’s new Nursing and Instructional Building in Greensboro, North Carolina.

The 180,000 square-foot building will consist of flexible laboratory research space, academic teaching facilities and offices, including 39 labs, 14 classrooms, nine research suites and a community engagement center.

“The groundbreaking of the Nursing and Instructional Building is a Giant Step – it’s a long-awaited moment not just for the campus community, but for the state,” said Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. “What happens inside this building will impact the health and wellness of communities across the state.”

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UNC Greensboro website, April 27, 2018, UNCG Breaks Ground on New Nursing and Instructional Building