The Department of Geological Sciences at Central Washington University is in Discovery Hall, which was completed in 2016 (initially called Science II).
Discovery Hall contains modern research and teaching laboratories, including multiple geochemistry laboratories, clean lab, and sample preparation lab. It also houses the Pacific Northwest Geodetic Array (PANGA) research group.
Current instrumentation and equipment includes an Inductively-Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer, Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometer, X-Ray Diffractometer, Mastersizer 2000 Laser Particle-Size Analyzer, a Scanning Electron Microscope and sediment-size analyzers, among others.
See an overview of the research and teaching facilities of Discovery Hall:
And take a fun tour of the building highlights with CWU graduate students: