Appalachian State University
College of Health Sciences Complex
The new Health Sciences Complex currently under construction will house communication sciences and disorders, nutrition and healthcare management, health leisure and exercise sciences, nursing, social work, student services, and administration. The facility is planned to enhance interprofessional collaboration, allowing all program areas—both undergraduate and graduate—to strengthen academic and public service programs. One of the central goals is to facilitate teaching and learning through the use of technology and flexible spaces offering a variety of classroom delivery options.
Program space includes classrooms, teaching and research laboratories, clinical space, shared support, computer labs, offices, common areas, and multipurpose space.
Teaching, research, simulation, and multipurpose laboratories occupy approx. 30,000 assignable square feet, and clinical space about 6,300 square feet. These include (spaces designed by HERA in bold): anatomy & physiology, hydrostatic, athletic training, microbiology, biochemistry, neuromuscular, biomechanics, occupational/physical training, environmental chamber research, sports psychology & motor learning, food sciences & food systems, vascular biology and autonomic, human cadaver, vascular research and human performance.
Boone, North Carolina
Programming, laboratory planning and design, equipment planning, CA assistance