Eastlick Hall

One of three buildings housing the School of Biological Sciences, you’ll find numerous teaching laboratories inside. 

Now you know…

  • The first electron microscope in North America was built in Pullman in 1935. The 5-foot-tall instrument is on display outside the FMIC, the Franceschi Microscopy and Imaging Center, on the ground floor.  
  • The building is named for Herb Eastlick, a highly respected researcher & beloved professor who mentored hundreds of students in their preparation for medical, dental, and veterinary school during his 30-plus-year career at WSU.  
Eastlick Hall.
Eastlick Hall, as seen from Veterans Way.