The Neuroscience and Psychology Complex

The new home of the Princeton Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Psychology is scheduled to be completed in spring 2013. This striking, glass-enclosed, two-building complex, designed by José Rafael Moneo Vallés Arquitecto of Madrid, will provide separate research facilities for each discipline as well as shared state-of-the-art facilities for faculty members from various departments. The 248,000-square-foot complex received generous support from a consortium of dedicated alumni, including James McDonnell III ’58 and John McDonnell ’60 *62; Dennis Keller ’63 and his wife, Constance Templeton Keller; and two who wish to remain anonymous. The psychology building was created through a gift from trustee Nancy Peretsman ’76 and her husband, Robert Scully ’72. The complex joins other science teaching and research buildings flanking Washington Road in the University’s Science Neighborhood.

Neuroscience and Psychology Complex

“These new structures, which will provide critical space for two connected research and teaching endeavors, will add to the design quality of our campus and meet our sustainability goals.”

—Executive Vice President Mark Burstein