Mathile Center/Meyer Renovations
Ohio Northern University alumnus Clayton L. Mathile and his wife Mary Ann Mathile have pledged $5 million plus an additional $5 million in matching funds for the construction of science education and research facilities on the ONU campus. The new building (more than 80,000 sq. feet) will house classrooms and offices for mathematics and statistics, biology and chemistry laboratories for student-faculty research, and classrooms and laboratories for the clinical laboratory sciences, forensic science and the new baccalauereate nursing programs. Construction of the facility began in November 2007 and will be completed during the spring of 2009. In addition, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is also undergoing extensive renovations of the Meyer Hall facilities over the summer of 2008. For more information, see the Summer 2008 Newsletter.