PUEBLO — A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday for the new Center of Integrated Health and Human Inquiry.
The building will host programs including Human Health, Nursing, and Social Sciences, and features simulation labs for nursing & health sciences and collaborative spaces.
It will also host the Wolfpack Wellness and Counseling Center.
"We are so happy and so proud of the building. We were in a small space just a one-room simulation center and now we are up to 10,000 square feet. It is very good for the students," said Simulation Coordinator Ami Bajah-Onyejekwe.
The state invested more than $16 million to improve the building.
Today, @CSUPueblo hosted the grand opening of its new Center for Integrated Health and Human Inquiry, including simulation labs for nursing + health sciences, collaborative spaces, and the Wolf Pack Wellness + Counseling Center. 🐺— Colorado State University System (@CSUSystem) August 20, 2020
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