Medical Research and Library Room Renovations
January 6, 2010
- External funding: $3500000
- Total budget: $3500000
This project provided a solution to the lack of quality study space for medical students. Work included incorporating individual student-study spaces while allowing for greater privacy and accommodating small group-learning environments. Library book-shelving stacks on the second and third floors were removed and relocated by the Indiana University School of Medicine to high-density shelving on the first floor of the facility. The space provides 8 group-study rooms for 8 to 12 people each, 2 testing and instructional rooms for 80 people each, and a flexible Team-Based Learning (TBL) room for 140 people.