Howell Hall shows off new technology at reopening

Leah Moore | Published 53 minutes ago New technology was on display after Kevin Guskiewicz, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, cut the red ribbon to introduce the renovated Howell Hall.  Friday afternoon, faculty, students and community members gathered at Howell Hall to celebrate its reopening as a psychology and neuroscience building with cutting-edge technology. The $12 million renovation began in 2014. The renovated building includes new laboratories that feature new forms of advanced technology, including human and animal brain imaging, audiovisual equipment for intensive emotion inductions, an interventional brain stimulation suite and an anxiety laboratory.  “This building really enables us to build research and teaching in cutting-edge areas in the study of psychology and neuroscience,” said Karen Gil, former dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “It will provide phenomenal…


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