YPSILANTI, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) — Eastern Michigan University is honoring two top business leaders, dedicating two labs in its newly renovated engineering and technology complex.

The university held a ceremony Thursday celebrating the official opening of the labs within the newly renovated Sill Hall.

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The naming of the Woods Construction Construction Management Lab recognizes the commitment of Woods Construction and its president, EMU alumnus John Bodary.

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The Jack E. Roush Automotive Lab is named after American motorsports icon and EMU alumnus Jack E. Roush.

“The extensive renovations and expansion of Sill Hall make it a premier destination for students entering the engineering and technology fields,” EMU President James Smith said in a statement. “Thanks to the support of John Bodary, Jack Roush, and other members of our business community, students from around the world receive a world-class education in a modernized facility where they experience dynamic and functional hands-on learning opportunities guided by our outstanding faculty.”

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