In March 1991, the State Board of Higher Education approved bids slightly over $9 million for the construction of Quentin Burdick Building. Plans designated the third and fourth floors for industrial agriculture and included agricultural products utilization labs, research labs for food and non-food uses of existing and alternate crops, and biotechnology, bio-processing, oil seeds, enhanced food products, and protein analysis labs. The undergraduate food sciences program would also be housed in the building; and the planners provided space for offices and labs for food chemistry, food processing, undergraduate research, food chemistry teaching, preparation rooms, and coolers. Plans also called for a 200-seat auditorium, a five-room computer cluster, four twenty-five seat classrooms with computer stations, two fifty seat general classrooms, three undergraduate computer science teaching labs and three graduate teaching labs (It's Happening at State, July 25, 1990, p. 1-2). The Quentin Burdick Building was dedicated on May 14, 1993.

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1320 Albrecht Boulevard
Fargo, ND 58102


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