The Margaret A. Cargill Natural Sciences and Health Building will enable faculty and students to build on existing knowledge and create innovative approaches to challenging questions that cannot be addressed using a single disciplinary approach. Combining math, science, and health education under one roof, the building will add project labs for students and faculty to support new discovery.
I believe a science degree from Berea to be one of the best educations available. The liberal arts provide students with an holistic appreciation and understanding of the world, while studies in math and science provide students with the technical training needed to engage and thrive in the real world.”
— Dr. Matthew Saderholm ’92
Chair of Academic Division I
Associate Professor of Chemistry