‘It lets us serve the students better’: BC hosts ribbon-cutting for Science and Engineering Building | News


In an effort to stay ahead of the curve with its resources for students, Bakersfield College President Zav Dadabhoy welcomed the community to what he joked was a “22nd century” facility Wednesday, a $65 million state-of-the-art science and engineering building at the Panorama Drive campus.

Created as the most expensive component of the more-than $500 million Measure J bond that voters approved in 2016, the three-story structure celebrated with a ribbon-cutting bolsters the college’s fairly recent effort to add four-year degrees to its offerings. It’s also a significant expansion of its instructional space and technological resources, according to Stephen Waller, dean of instruction for sciences and math at BC.



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