A new facility at the University of Western Carolina will open in 2019, and it will be one of only four in the state to open that year.
It’s also the first of its kind for a school in the country, and the first for the University’s graduate programs in STEM.
UW–Madison’s new STEM Lab, which will be named after the university’s new vice chancellor, will open to the public this spring.
It will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. each day and will offer a broad array of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs.
UW will offer students the chance to learn more about the latest in technology and design by working with STEM students, the university announced.
The lab is located at a building that was previously used by the university as the university Research and Innovation Lab.
The building will be renovated to make it more accessible to students.
It is expected to open this spring and be operational by fall 2019.
The new STEMLab is expected be the first to open in the United States.
STEM students have a strong connection to technology and the internet, according to UW-Madison Vice Chancellor for Technology and Science Scott Johnson.
The school’s new space will be the “largest campus in the world that offers students the opportunity to be connected and interact with the world around them,” Johnson said in a statement.
The facility is expected “to connect students with STEM professionals and help them pursue careers in STEM fields, as well as inspire the next generation of students in STEM,” the statement added.
The Lab will also offer students access to more than 3,000 STEM and technology-related resources including an interactive computer lab, computer science lab, and a library.
Johnson said the STEM Lab is designed to connect students to “industry leaders and researchers,” including the likes of IBM, Google, and Amazon.
The university’s other two labs will open later this year.
Both are located in Madison, Wisconsin.
In June, the University opened the first new STEM program in the US since the 1960s.
Johnson told the Associated Press that the new STEMlab will be similar to the UW-Milwaukee campus, which opened in 2008 and is now home to nearly 500 students.
“The UW-Milton campus is an iconic and very popular institution, and our new facility is a great addition to that history,” Johnson told AP.