Berea College graduates have been transforming the world for more than 160 years. In 1934, less than 10 years after Hall Science building opened, John D. Fenn graduated from Berea, and in his distinguished career developed key analytical techniques for the study of large molecules, for which he was awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. In 1947, Samuel Hurst graduated with a degree in physic sand went on to develop touch-screen technology, forever changing the global economy. And there are many others.
Now, your investment in the Margaret A. Cargill Natural Sciences and Health Building will build on this legacy of transformative education. With your support, we will equip future innovators, educators, caring professionals and business leaders with the tools to change the world in ways we cannot yet imagine.
Berea’s unique because it teaches you to work and learn and serves as an inspiration in people’s lives. This building will enhance that uniqueness and the new learning will serve as a launching pad for future students.”
— Dr. Warren “Gene” Bulman ’48
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