New Q-Center Computer Studio Classroom in Cardwell Hall 

In February, Information Technology Services staff completed the addition of technology to the new Q-Center in Cardwell Hall, Rooms 144-145. The lab officially opened Monday, April 13, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Q Center Ribbon CuttingQ-Center ribbon-cutting ceremony April 13, 2009 with (left to right) Dean Zollman, department head of Physics; Provost M. Duane Nellis; and Louis Pigno, department head of Math

This new lab has 20 computers with space for 60 students.  A partition in the middle of the room allows it to be divided in half so that two different classes may be held simultaneously.

Other features of the computer lab include:

Specialized math and physics software on the computers includes:


Courtesy of K-State Media Relations

Source: Jim Hohenbary, 785-532-6904, jimlth@k-state.edu
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News release prepared by: Kristin Hodges, 785-532-6415,
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