Unless prior arrangements are made, reservations for CSEE meeting rooms can only be made by CSEE faculty members. Student clubs should have their faculty advisors make reservations for them.
Room 140 is equipped with the latest multimedia and collaborative technologies, and can comfortably seat 50 people. Standard conference room activities, such as PowerPoint presentations and DVD or VHS video formats, are supported. A visualizer can display printed material or images on opaque paper or transparencies. A podium located in the front of the room is equipped with an integrated desktop computer, LCD monitor, power connections for laptops, and video, audio, and network (internet and intranet) capabilities. The room has three ceiling-mounted digital projectors and three projection screens located in the front of the room, providing multiple views of the same content or different views of content on each screen. A ceiling-mounted LCD monitor directed at the podium can be used as a feedback monitor by the presenter.
140 Ketter Hall is capable of hosting Skype for Business calls.
Room 133 is a conference room with a seating capacity of 14. This room is equipped with a voice-only polycom unit suitable for phone conferences and laptop hookups to a single projector and screen.
Room 223 is a design studio that is equipped with a single projector.
205 Jarvis is a conference room with a seating capacity of 10. The room contains a projector and screen, a white board and has phone conference capabilities. 205 Jarvis is for CSEE Department use ONLY.
Room 208 is a computer lab for CIE/ENV students, and requires cardswip access. Occasional classes and workshops for CSEE students may be held here with permission from the Department Chair. There are 31 Dell OptiPlex computers running Microsoft Windows 7 and loaded with software such as BENTLEY's MicroStation, Inroads packages, plus other civil engineering specific software such as SAP2000, Isdyna, Patran, and Trafficware.