EDWARD ST. JOHN
THE CLASSROOMS OF TOMORROW ARE HERE
THE EDWARD ST. JOHN LEARNING AND TEACHING CENTER, the first new academic building on McKeldin Mall in 50 years, will be the centerpiece of a new standard of teaching space for the campus. Named for the Baltimore developer, philanthropist and 1961 alumnus who donated $10 million to the project, the 180,000-square-foot building will encourage active learning with state-of-the-art technology throughout its 22 classrooms and labs. It will also be home to the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the new Teaching and Learning Transformation Center. Space for student interaction will be plentiful, including group study rooms, informal study space, and three cafés.
“Education has the power to transform lives and strengthen communities.”
EDWARD ST. JOHN ’61, ’12 HON.