During the 2021-2022 academic year, members of the David and Karin Kratoville Innovation Fellows Program developed ideas for visual components of the main entrance of the BHWC, which welcomes visitors to the facility.
One concept was selected for the Bullock Complex, representing the six facets of the facility: athletics, academics, recreation, health, wellness, and community.
The students integrated the honeycomb into the design as one of the strongest structures in nature. The six sides of the honeycomb represent the key elements of the Bullock Complex. Muskingum University reflects the strength and community of the honeycomb.
Open to students from all majors who work in cohort to address a variety of interdisciplinary problems with creativity and innovation, the Fellows Program was made possible through the generosity of David ’81 and Karin Collins ’82 Kratoville. Associate Professor of Physics Rob Wilson advises the group.