Photo Highlights: Celebrating Paige Laboratory Renovations

  • The exterior of the renovated Paige Laboratory and the banner marking it as the new home of Stockbridge School of Agriculture.
  • The Nov. 6, 2014 ribbon-cutting marking the renovation of Paige Laboratory.
  • Paige Laboratory's main entrance.
  • Walking by the "living wall" in the entry lobby of Paige Laboratoy.
  • The entry lobby of Paige Laboratory offers a comfortable space for gathering.
  • The Paige Laboratory entry lobby showing its "living wall."
  • Gathered by the "living wall" in the Paige Laboratory entry lobby are, from left, Wes Autio, director of the Stockbridge School of Agriculture; state Sen. Stan Rosenberg; Provost Katherine Newman and Chancellor Kumble R. Subbaswamy.
  • Steve Goodwin, dean of the College of Natural Sciences, speaks during ceremonies marking the $9.9 million renovation of Paige Laboratory.
  • Stockbridge School of Agriculture hats mark the occasion.
  • Associate Professor Om Parkash describes his work to Provost Katherine Newman, Chancellor Kumble R. Subbaswamy and state Sen. Stan Rosenberg.
  • Associate Professor Michelle DaCosta, left, discusses her work during the tour marking the Paige Laboratory renovation.
  • Working at the new facilities in the renovated Paige Laboratory.
  • The exterior of the renovated Paige Laboratory.
  • The Paige Laboratory "living wall."

    The 64-year-old building becomes the first formal home of the Stockbridge School of Agriculture

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