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    What I’ve learned

    David Westfall

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This issue’s cover, shot by Jeff Ross, shows students, alumni and faculty from the College of Science posing in front of the Davidson Mathematics and Science Center. FRONT: Lauren Baker, Christian Klimczak, MIDDLE: William Taylor ‘10M.S., Jason Man, Jordan Clements (entering freshman from Manogue High School), Nichole Peterson ‘10, Christopher Thomas, BACK: Professors Mario Alpuche, mathematics and statistics, and Richard Schultz, geological sciences and engineering.
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The new, 105,000-square-foot, four-story Davidson Mathematics and Science Center that opened this summer is “not just a building,” according to President Milton Glick, speaking at the June 3 VIP opening, “... it is a transformational building” that will change the nature of how faculty teach and students learn.

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