…. for recognizing SBLM’s completed College of Veterinary Medicine for LIU. We are so proud to be a part of this unique program that is comprised of a Veterinary Learning Center and a Teaching Research Center. The College of Veterinary Medicine is the only veterinary program recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education in the New York metropolitan area and one of only four veterinary schools in the Northeast United States.
Long Island University Debuts College Of Veterinary Medicine In Brookville, Long Island
SBLM’s new project was celebrated recently by Long Island University at the ribbon cutting of LIU’s Veterinary Medicine Learning Center. They were joined by Governor Kathy Hocul who made the debut occasion remarks. The two-story building comprises more than 33,000 square feet of research and educational space.
“These new facilities, equipped with the latest technology and staffed by experienced educators, will provide students with the hands-on experience they need to become competent and compassionate veterinary professionals who can safeguard animal health and preserve the environment”, governor Hochul said.
The Learning Center was designed by SBLM Architects to match the classical design of other campus buildings. To this end, our design team outfitted the building with a red brick façade with white-paned double-hung windows and white ornamental accents including lintels and cornices. The main entrance features elegant columns and arched windows that stretch the full height of the building.
Inside the building, students and researchers will have access to state-of-the-art laboratories, large lecture halls, classrooms, and seminar rooms. There is also a small animal simulation suite including examination rooms, surgical suites, and a medical imaging center.
Long Island University president Dr. Kimberly R. Cline ended by saying, “We are very proud of our new College of Veterinary Medicine facilities and connected clinical and research experiences, which provide students with significant opportunities to become leaders in veterinary medicine.”
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