Classroom Furniture Upgrades
Over the last few years the campus has focused on improving classrooms in order to facilitate student collaboration. One of the keys elements in constructing an effective classroom is that student furniture should be comfortable and mobile. Tablet-arm chairs, tables, and chairs should be wheeled to allow for ease of movement and be able to accommodate different sized students. Chairs should be stackable, tables nestable, allowing instructors and students to fit furniture together in a number of configurations.
This summer over 1,150 old-style tablet-arms chairs and seminar tables/chairs were replaced.
Bilger 335, BusAd C103, D102, D105, D201, D203, E201, E202, E203, E204, D301, Dean 104, 105, Holmes 211, 241, 242, 243, 247, 248, Sakamaki B301, B308, B309, B414, C101, C102, 103, Webster 103, 104, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, and 203.