Grace College introduces School of Science and Engineering
WINONA LAKE, Ind. — Grace College is adding a seventh academic school to its portfolio this June with the School of Science and Engineering, formerly part of the School of Arts and Sciences.
The Department of Science and Mathematics, the Department of Engineering, and the Nursing program will now have their own academic school.
“The institution is committed to science, technology, engineering and math, and we want to structure our programs to reflect this priority,” said Dr. Kevin Roberts, provost at Grace College. “By introducing the School of Science and Engineering and giving our STEM programs their own home, we can increase resources and advancements in these fields and expand the agility of these programs as they respond to the needs of our community and the needs within the broader market.”
According to Roberts, the school has added computer science and medical imaging over the past few years to respond to the needs of the job market and community.
The School of Science and Engineering will house two academic centers focused on Kosciusko County.
The Center for Movement and Well-Being - A center to provide programming, education, and research assisting residents in their exercise, wellness, and overall well-being, and
The Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams - A research and education center committed to making local freshwater lakes and streams clean, healthy, safe, and beautiful.
To learn more about the School of Science and Engineering at Grace, visit www.grace.edu/academics/undergraduate/academic-schools-departments/school-of-science-and-engineering/.