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EBSCO Atrium

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Atrium – Catwalk View

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Student Services & Welcome Center

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Auditorium

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Second Floor Research Labs

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Dean’s Suite

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Fourth Floor Research Labs

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Dixon Executive Conference Room

SFWS Building - Front Elevation

The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Building was constructed in 2005 and houses administrative offices and state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms for teaching and research. Its nature-inspired interiors and outdoor gathering spaces situated amongst a beautifully wooded landscape provides a warm and inviting work space that contributes to an inspiring environment for faculty, staff and students.

Key

1. EBSCO Atrium

2. Atrium – Catwalk View

3. Student Services & Welcome Center

4. Auditorium

5. Second Floor Research Labs

6. Dean’s Suite

7. Fourth Floor Research Labs

8. Dixon Executive Conference Room

SFWS Building - Rear Elevation

The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Education Wing and Student Services Center was created as a welcoming space where students can study or socialize, work on projects, meet with their advisors, conduct club meetings, and recharge between classes.  It features a tiered 100-seat auditorium, an advisement suite, reception area, student lounge, concession area, and computer lab.

Key

1. EBSCO Atrium

2. Atrium 2nd Floor Catwalk

3. Computer Lab

4. Student Lounge

5. Jeff Butler Patio

6. Auditorium

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EBSCO Atrium

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Atrium – Catwalk View

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Computer Lab

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Student Lounge

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Jeff Butler Patio

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Auditorium

First Floor and Grounds

From the EBSCO Atrium, students and visitors may exit to the Jeff Butler Patio that provides open meeting space and an outdoor classroom before descending to the 50-foot diameter copper-roofed Van Cleave Pavilion, which serves as an outdoor function space for faculty, staff, students and visitors meeting within the adjacent Conference Hall. Beyond the terrace and pavilion, the property extends to an 11-acre tract of forestland called Weagle Woods. Here students receive instruction and participate in management and trail-building projects.

Key

1. Tech-enabled Classrooms

2. Conference Hall

3. Van Cleave Pavilion

4. Weagle Woods

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Tech-enabled Classrooms

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Conference Hall

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Van Cleave Pavilion

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War Eagle Woods