Rennebohm Hall is a striking blend of architectural beauty and functionality. The dramatic building design makes masterful use of soaring heights, sudden angles and the interplay of light on texture. Views of Lake Mendota and the surrounding campus are stunningly captured, turning work space into a work of art.
More than simply a magnificent building, Rennebohm Hall symbolizes the increasing importance of the pharmacy profession to interdisciplinary health care research, teaching and practice. The facility is also a testimony to the spirit of cooperation between the university and the State of Wisconsin.
Most importantly, Rennebohm Hall is a tribute to the loyalty and generosity of Wisconsin Pharmacists. Their remarkable efforts turned the school’s dream of a new building into a reality that will ensure the best in pharmacy education for generations to come.
Located at the west end of campus, Rennebohm Hall is in close proximity to the Health Sciences Learning Center, the UW Hospital and Clinics, the School of Nursing, the Interdisciplinary Research Complex, and the Waisman Center.
- American Institute of the History of Pharmacy
- Analytical Instrumentation Center
- Business Services Office
- Classrooms 1105, 1114, 1116
- Dean’s Office
- Division of Pharmacy Professional Development
- Experiential Learning Program Office
- Office of Global Health
- Pharmacy Practice and Translational Research Division faculty offices
- Student mailboxes
- Student Organizations Office
- Student & Academic Affairs Office
- The Sonderegger Research Center for Improved Medication Outcomes
- Zeeh Pharmaceutical Experiment Station
- The F. B. Power Pharmacy Commons
- Walkway connecting Rennebohm Hall to the Health Science Learning Center
- Two auditoriums (Rooms 2002 and 2006)
- Additional classrooms
- All instructional laboratories for the undergraduate and professional programs
- Offices of faculty in the Social and Administrative Sciences Division
- Student lockers
Fourth Through Seventh Floors
- Graduate Program Office (7th floor, Room 7115)
- Pharmaceutical Sciences Division faculty and all research laboratories
- Pharmacy Practice Division research laboratories (4th floor only)