Thursday, October 31, 2013

UVI Unveils New Home for College of Science & Mathematics on St. Croix

The University of the Virgin Islands unveiled the new home of its College of Science and Mathematics on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013.

Located in the recently completed UVI Research and Technology Park building, the College’s facilities on St. Croix now feature two modern videoconference-ready classrooms, two state-of-the art laboratories, and offices for 13 faculty and staff. These are located on two levels and account for more than 8,000 square feet of floor space. Click here to read a full News Release.
The new home of UVI’s College of Science and Mathematics on St. Croix is located in the recently completed Research and Technology Park building on the Albert A. Sheen Campus.
Members of the St. Croix Student 
Government Association served as tour guides during the opening of the new home of UVI’s College of Science and Mathematics on St. Croix on Saturday, Oct. 26. Shown, from left, are Senior Senator Helena Shoy, Public Relations Officer Lennoxsea Thompson, President Kevin Dixon, Secretary Wendy Aurelien, Treasurer D’Lisa Williams, and Vice President Sheena Tonge.

A wind turbine on the grounds of UVI’s RTPark building is reflected in the striking windows of the Park’s first-floor lobby. The RT Park offices and a second-floor Conference Center are housed in this part of the building. 

One of the College's two new videoconference-ready classrooms, above, will boost the campus’ overall seating capacity, while allowing more efficient communications from St. Croix to 
UVI classrooms on St. Thomas and St. John.

SGA President Kevin Dixon 
leads a tour at UVI’s College 
of Science and Mathematics 
during its unveiling to the public 
on Oct. 26, 2013.