PC receives $300K grant to construct new science lab

A RENDERING shows a plan for the new Fred M. Roddy Anatomy and Physiology Lab to be built at Providence College with a $300,000 grant from the Fred M. Roddy Foundation. / COURTESY THE S/L/A/M COLLABORATIVE INC.
A RENDERING shows a plan for the new Fred M. Roddy Anatomy and Physiology Lab to be built at Providence College with a $300,000 grant from the Fred M. Roddy Foundation. / COURTESY THE S/L/A/M COLLABORATIVE INC.
PROVIDENCE – Providence College's pre-health sciences curriculum received a $300,000 grant from the Fred M. Roddy Foundation, which will be used to construct a new science lab on campus, the college announced Thursday. The new lab, the Fred M. Roddy Anatomy and Physiology Lab, will be built within the Albertus Magnus Hall in the college’s…

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