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The LMU Math and Science Building
The Math and Natural Science building (MANS) is the largest building on the Lincoln Memorial University campus at 140,000 square feet. Completed in July 2012, the four story building is utilized by LMU’s College of Veterinary Medicine, DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine, Caylor School of Nursing, and undergraduate science programs. The MANS building houses 14 lecture halls including a 400-seat auditoria, several microscopy suites and over 4,600 square feet of research labs to enable faculty and students to engage in research activity. There is a large student lounge and dining area on the third floor, as well as plenty of break-out study rooms for students to use at their convenience. The building has complete wireless internet integration and full high definition and digital classrooms.
The LMU-CVM DeBusk Veterinary Teaching Center
The 1,000 acre LMU-College of Veterinary Medicine DeBusk Veterinary Teaching Center (DVTC), located in Ewing, VA, will include facilities designed for teaching sciences, specifically designed for education, research, and service in veterinary medicine. It will be used for large animal (bovine, caprine, equine) and small animal (canine, feline, exotics) core clinical skills instruction, including safe animal handling, in years 1 through 3 of the curriculum. The DVTC will also include a staging facility for ambulatory outreach to Appalachian farms as well as a clinical research area. For a site map of the DVTC click here.
- Veterinary Student Center Construction Progress
- Equine Teaching Center Construction Progress
- Veterinary Skills Center Construction Progress
- Bovine Teaching Center Construction Progress
- Equine Stable Construction Progress
The LMU Veterinary Medical Education Building
The Veterinary Medical Education building is planned to be completed by Fall 2016. This state-of-the-art building will encompass a large portion of the College of Veterinary Medicine’s curriculum. LMU’s newest building will include a high-tech anatomy laboratory, radiology suite, and surgical suite. It will also contain faculty offices, and student study areas.