“New Church Education Buildings Dedicated and Two More Announced,” Ensign, Apr. 1974, 72
Elder Delbert L. Stapley of the Council of the Twelve presided when three new buildings were recently dedicated at Brigham Young University.
Buildings dedicated were the James E. Talmage Mathematical Science-Computer Building, named after the late member of the Council of the Twelve; the Joseph K. Nicholes Chemistry Stores Building, named in honor of the late chemistry professor who taught at BYU for 44 years; and the Engineering Sciences and Technology Building, to be known by that name only.
Announcement was also made of two new buildings to be constructed at Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho: a Plant Science Office and Laboratory Building that will include a large greenhouse-study area, and an Auxiliary Services Building that will house a purchasing office, stores, and warehouse.