Abelson Hall is home to a number of rooftop greenhouses and an aviary, along with the Electron Microscopy Center. Also located here are the academic and graduate offices for the School of Biological Sciences. The Conner Zoological Museum in Abelson Hall houses the largest public collection of birds and mammals in the Pacific Northwest.
Abelson Hall is at the heart of biological science study at WSU. Two enclosed walkways connect Abelson Hall to the 6-story Owen Science Library and to Heald and Eastlick Halls, where there are labs, classrooms, and an impressive botanical collection that reaches back to the journey of Lewis and Clark. Across a beautifully landscaped plaza is Fulmer Hall, home to the chemistry department. Close by in Webster Hall are the geology and physics departments.
Whatever your area of study, the world-class faculty, facilities, and resources here give you the opportunity to experience hands-on science.
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