Chemistry professor Russell Thiel, left, works with Newman University student Max Bajza in the Bishop Gerber Science Center on Feb. 18. The 52,400-square-foot Bishop Gerber Science Center houses the university's chemistry, biology and physics programs. It opened in August 2017.
Chemistry professor Russell Thiel, left, works with Newman University student Max Bajza in the Bishop Gerber Science Center on Feb. 18. The 52,400-square-foot Bishop Gerber Science Center houses the university's chemistry, biology and physics programs. It opened in August 2017. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
Chemistry professor Russell Thiel, left, works with Newman University student Max Bajza in the Bishop Gerber Science Center on Feb. 18. The 52,400-square-foot Bishop Gerber Science Center houses the university's chemistry, biology and physics programs. It opened in August 2017. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle

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