Entomology Building / Justin Smith Morrill Hall
Morrill Hall was completed around 1964,  and houses the School of Life Sciences.  It cost $1,965,515 to construct, with $170,000 coming from the National Science Foundation, $693,015 from the National Institutes of Health, $932,500 from State appropriation, and $170,000 from University funds.  Upon completion, it offered the Department of Entomology and other biology departments, six stories with a penthouse. It also "feature[d] vertical aluminum panels which give it an exterior appearance unlike that of any other on campus". 
While known simply as the Entomology Building during construction, before it was completed, the building was renamed the Justin Smith Morrill Hall in honor of the sponsor of the Land Grant Act that made the University possible.