Rogers Hall

The James E. and Mary Anne Rogers Science and Health Building provides much needed well-equipped classrooms, faculty and staff offices, and practicum areas. Located at the intersection of Selwyn and Radcliffe avenues, its design mirrors that of the existing Sykes Learning Center to the south on Selwyn, providing "bookends" on the far corners of campus. The Rogers and the Duke Energy Foundation separately gave major gifts that made this project possible.