The Bio-Information Learning Resources Center received a City Beautification Award and a North Dakota Excellence in Concrete Award.
UND Bio-Learning Resources Center University of North Dakota
The University of North Dakota School of Medicine's Karl Christian Wold M.D. Bio-Information Learning Resources Center is a state of the art medical teaching facility consolidating all of the school's library resources in one location. The building features the Harley French Health Sciences Library, Health Sciences Bookstore, Bio-Medical Communications, Learning Resource Center, a 300 seat auditorium and two 100 seat classrooms.
The Bio-LRC reused the existing St. Michael's Hospital and converted the building to the new UND Medical School.