Banks D. Kerr Hall
Dedicated in October 2002, the 65,000-square-foot Kerr Hall doubled the School's facilities. The $18.2 million building is named for School alumnus Banks D. Kerr (pronounced "car"), the founder of the Kerr Drug store chain. It features two auditorium-size lecture halls with cutting-edge technology and 7,759 square feet of dedicated laboratory facilities. A “building inside a building” shared instrument facility houses nuclear magnetic resonance and advanced microscope equipment in a space designed to withstand ground and building vibration.