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Tawes Hall

Tawes Hall

Open Spring 2016! Both the auditorium and high volume stage area of the Tawes Theater have been converted for new use as both Academic Space for the Dept. of American Studies and the addition of eight new classrooms. Six of these spaces are General Purpose Classrooms which include two 100+ seat tiered collaborative lecture halls; one 78 seat collaborative classroom; three collaborative General Purpose Classrooms at 30-35 seats; and seminar and media classroom space dedicated to American Studies.
H.J.Patterson Building

H.J. Patterson

This project to renovate the first, second, third and fourth floors of Wing # 1 will create offices for international units. These include International Education Services, Office of Chinese Affairs, Education Abroad, Israel, Middle East, and East Asian Studies. To support these units, the existing floor and infrastructure will be demolished and a new elevator will be added in addition to new air handling units, fire protection system including sprinklers, and new windows. Scheduled Completion: March 2017.
Edward St. John

Edward St. John Learning & Teaching Center

The Center features multi-disciplinary classrooms that accommodate teaching pedagogies for a range of curricula. 10,000 students will attend class in the building every day, and the facility is designed with collaborative spaces which will support a variety of teaching and learning styles with capacities ranging from 80 to 320 seats. Scheduled Completion: December 2016.
Bioengineering Building

A. James Clark Hall

This facility will be serve as a new Bioengineering Building at the University of Maryland and house the Robert E. Fischell Department of Bioengineering and the Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices. The building will contain research and instructional labs, classrooms and offices. The project will also include an additional 6th floor designated as a campus vivarium. Scheduled Completion: March 2017.
Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science & Innovation

Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science & Innovation

The new facility will house the Department of Computer Science and the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies and will contain office, instructional and research space. Plans include state-of-the-art hacker/maker space in which students, faculty, and outside partners share knowledge and ideas via workshops, presentations and lectures. Scheduled Completion: December 2017.