Science and Engineering South
Science and Engineering South, created by Netsch in phase three of campus construction, is another example of his Field Theory design model, which consisted of rotating simple squares by 45 degrees to form complex geometric elements radiating outward.
The two major wings of the building contain offices and laboratories to the east and classrooms to the west. A planned phase four addition was cancelled. The covered breezeway area and staircases leading away from it utilize granite as the building material.