Dedication for Johnson-Turner IDEA Center at Culver-Stockton set for Wednesday afternoon
CANTON, Mo. — A building dedication for the Johnson-Turner IDEA Center at Culver-Stockton College is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 11 in the plaza by the IDEA Center.
The Johnson-Turner IDEA Center was named to honor of two alumni who also serve as members of the C-SC Board of Trustees — Scott Johnson, Class of 1971, and H.B. Turner, Class of 1979. The space was born in the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship to inspire and demonstrate the power of collaborative thinking.
Located in the heart of campus, the Johnson-Turner IDEA Center is the central focus of the C-SC campus community, serving as a hub for innovative curriculum, teaching and student-driven projects and programs. It provides a physical space for students to collaborate, explore and engage in problem-solving, critical thinking and productive discussions.
The dedication is open to the public. Guests in attendance can tour the center.
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