Still-image from 360-degree photosphere of a recently demolished classroom.
One of the largest classrooms in the College of Computing Building is getting a facelift this summer. Actually, it’s more like a complete makeover!
Room 016, where many of the College’s introduction to computer science classes are held, has been gutted to make way for a new HVAC unit, acoustical panels, powered tables, more seating, better accessibility, and much more. The renovation is expected to be complete by the start of the Fall 2018 semester.
A 360-degree photosphere on the College's Flickr site gives an up-close look at the demolished space.