Infrastructure and Estates
The University's campus and facilities are a key resource for students, scholars and the local community. The physical infrastructure of the University provides an important platform for all academic endeavour as it affords more than just walls and a roof. The working environment needs to offer the appropriate facilities and equipment for vital teaching and research, whilst also providing the opportunity for engagement, interaction and inspiration.
In order to guarantee that the University can meet the requirements of world-leading research in the 21st century and can continue to serve the academic staff and students, we need to ensure that our laboratories, teaching spaces, libraries and other facilities are of the highest quality.
Many of the buildings across the University have been made possible through the support of gifts at all levels. Some examples include:
- The Fielding Johnson Building
- The David Wilson Library
- Attenborough Arts Centre
- Frank and Katherine May Lecture Theatre
- The Ernest and Helen Scott Haematological Research Institute