View of the south side of the Integrated Science Building, with light shining from inside its multitude of windows as the sky darkens at sunset

Integrated Science Building

The Integrated Science Building is a distinguishing feature of KU's Central District — a place where teaching, learning and interdisciplinary research converge.


People wearing construction vests and hard hats tour the Integrated Science Building while it's under construction

Learn about ISB

The building opened to students in June 2018. In 2019, it was approved to be renamed Gray-Little Hall to honor the former chancellor. The name change will take effect soon.

About ISB

Questions? Need help?

Contact building manager Laurie White with any questions about the Integrated Science Building.
Students sit in a large lecture hall in ISB

Reserve a space

Need a space to hold a meeting? Looking for a specific classroom? ISB has seven conference rooms and both large and small classrooms to fit your needs.

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Students work in a lab in ISB

Explore research labs in ISB

The building houses dozens of research labs across multiple disciplines, including chemistry, medicinal chemistry, molecular biosciences, and physics and astronomy.

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The front of ISB and the Burge Union beside it

Units within ISB

Explore the departments, including chemistry, medicinal chemistry, molecular biosciences, physics and astronomy and more, housed within the Integrated Science Building.

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