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University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) is a public research university, and with more than 29,000 students, is the second largest in the state. Lapham Hall, named for Wisconsin’s first eminent scientist, was built in 1961 to house the Botany, Chemistry and Zoology departments. "Our emergency equipment was vintage 1960s," said Jon Krezoski, director of safety and assurances for UWM. "The old fixtures in Lapham were corroded and routine testing was impossible. There were no floor drains near the showers, so we had to catch the water in a
bucket to avoid flooding classrooms."
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