- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 16, 2015

DETROIT (AP) - A $16 million science, technology, engineering and math facility for high school students is coming to Detroit.

Construction has begun on the Science and Engineering Center at the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy. Those involved in the project said Tuesday that completion is scheduled for August 2016.

The four-level, 40,000-square-foot center will be built on the school’s campus in northwest Detroit. The STEM facility will be privately funded by alumni, parents and friends of the school.

The Science and Engineering Center is an addition to the existing high school will double the space for biology, chemistry and physics programs, and provide labs for engineering and research. It also will provide space for the school’s eco-car and robotics programs, among other things.




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