Crowds of people are seen in the Swords Atrium during the dedication and blessing ceremony of the new $64 million Integrated Science Complex.
Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J., president, blesses the science complex.
Adam Nadelson ’10, a biology major in the health professions program, interviews Dr. Joseph E. Murray ’40, who performed the first successful organ transplant in 1954, and was honored with the Nobel Prize in 1990.
Dr. Murray signs a copy of his book, Surgery of the Soul, as science librarian Barbara Merolli looks on. The book will be displayed in the science library.
Photography by John Buckingham