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Chemistry Building, c. 1951

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

The Chemistry Building is a three and one-half story building which houses the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty offices, teaching and research laboratories, instrument rooms and laboratory support rooms. This building has three small classrooms and two large lecture halls. A $1.8 million dollar renovation of its research laboratories was completed in 1998. It was the first building on the current UMD campus. The Chemistry Building also houses UMD's largest lecture hall with a capacity of 387 seats, which is located on the second floor in the Chemistry Building (Chem 200).

  • The building's interesting design has students and staff sometimes going up and down a half flight of stairs to simply go from one part of the building to the next on the same floor!

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At the end of the hallway of the Chemistry Building, take a right and the School of Medicine will be on your left.

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  21. Engineering Building
  22. Visualization & Digital Imaging Lab
  23. Marshall Performing Arts Center
  24. Sports and Health Center
  25. Weber Music Hall
  26. Humanities Building
  27. A.B. Anderson Hall
  28. Tweed Museum of Art
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  30. Chester Park
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