The Bush Science Center is home to the departments of biology, marine biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, psychology, and mathematics. Renovated in 2013, our science center includes a three-story atrium, instructional labs, a marine biology wet lab, student-faculty lounges, and a cafe. Biologists, chemists, mathematicians, and physicists share office spaces to foster an interdisciplinary environment. The building is also U.S. Green Building Council-LEED Certified Silver, has two man-made ponds for water filtration, and uses recycled water for restrooms. Students also use these lab facilities through our Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Program, which is available to students within any major. While conducting student-faculty collaborative research, students live on campus for free over the summer, earn a research stipend, have their collaborative work published in peer-reviewed journals, and present alongside their professors at national academic conferences.