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11. Classrooms

The classrooms on the ground and first floors vary in size and layout, ranging from theater-style classrooms with sloped floors and fixed seating to flexible active learning spaces that can be easily reconfigured to allow for flipped classroom models and student-led discussions. Classrooms are primarily located on the first two of the above-ground floors.

Classroom 1.402, visible through the glass wall that fronts the atrium, is one of seven flexible classrooms of various sizes. Six 24-person seminar rooms are also located throughout the building. One of the classrooms is equipped with a wall made of privacy glass, which can be either transparent or opaque.

The Winokur Family Hall, 1.321, the largest of the four lecture halls (300-person, 100-person, 70-person, and 49-person rooms) can be accessed from the West Atrium. Each lecture hall has state-of-the-art instructional technology along with traditional chalkboards.

Office of Academic Programs

Located in room 1.101, the Office of Academic Programs provides administrative support to students in SEAS undergraduate (A.B. and S.B.) and graduate (Ph.D., M.E., and S.M.) programs and is also home to SEAS graduate admissions.

Flexible classroom

Flexible learning classrooms and meeting spaces are plentiful in the Science and Engineering Complex.

West Atrium

A few from above the west atrium.