Home to the Division of Biology for more than 40 years, Ackert Hall contains classrooms, lecture space, laboratories and administrative offices. It also houses the cadaver lab and model ecosystems.
- Arthropod Genomics Center, K-State, Ackert Hall, email@example.com, 532-3482, fax 532-6653
- Beeser Laboratory, 412 Ackert Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-0193
- Biology, Division of, 116 Ackert Hall, email@example.com, 532-6615, fax 532-6653
- C. elegans Developmental Lab, 316 Ackert Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6741, fax 532-6653
- Ecological Genomics Institute, Ackert Hall, email@example.com, 532-3482, fax 532-6653
- Ecological Physiology Laboratory, 116 Ackert Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6615, fax 532-6653
- Herbarium, KSU, 232 Ackert Hall, email@example.com, 532-6619, fax 532-6653
- Konza Prairie Biological Station, 116 Ackert Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 587-0441
- Lee Laboratory, 323 Ackert Hall, email@example.com, 532-3446, fax 532-6653
- Schrick Laboratory, 321 Ackert Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-7322, fax 532-6653
Built on the old ROTC drill field in 1970, Ackert Hall was named in honor of Dr. James E. Ackert, who joined the staff in 1913 as assistant professor of zoology and parasitologist in the experiment station. When the Division of Graduate Study began in 1931, he became dean of that division. In 2002 the Division of Biology gained an additional 62,000 feet of research and educational space with the construction of Chalmers Hall, immediately adjacent to Ackert.