The William Wehr Physics Building is the third and final structure forming the Wehr Science Center, joined by the Wehr Life Science Building and Todd Wehr Chemistry Building.
Named for William Wehr, brother C. Frederick (Todd) Wehr, a Milwaukee native who served as president and chairman of the board of the Wehr Steel Company. Wehr donated $2.25 million to Marquette in 1965 for the purpose of enriching science education.
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