Built in 1950 and renovated in 2007, the new Kingsbury Hall provides our students the environment they need to learn to become the next generation of scientists, engineers and mathematicians. Our laboratories now have the appropriate infrastructure, with high-bay areas, and appropriate heating, air conditioning and ventilation throughout. All departments in Kingsbury have computer clusters and appropriate student project spaces. Each classroom has internet access with LCD projectors including two state-of-the-art lecture halls to accommodate larger groups.
Walk through Kingsbury today and, by design, you can look into labs and see through large windows on both sides what students and faculty are discovering and creating. There are gathering places where students and faculty discuss and solve problems. Computer labs are large enough so that students can work at a terminal with important hardware next to it and easily interact with other students.