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.