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Taking Shape: The Latest Images from the Samuelson STEM Building

There are huge changes since the last time ITAM wandered through our new home in the Samuelson STEM building. Carpet and fixtures are going in, accent walls brighten up collaborative spaces, and pristine white boards are ready and waiting for lightbulb moments.

We move in June - are you ready?

ITAM students will enjoy a large collaborative space with amazing views:

Communal space for ITAM students on the second floor


Second view of ITAM student collaborative space

Our new offices will be on the second floor. Here is the view of our storefront from across the central atrium:

View across atrium to new main ITAM storefront

Some classrooms will have banks of large windows:

Classroom view

There's also a theater space for guest speakers, seminars, and presentations:

Large theater-style classroom on first floor

A sample of what faculty offices will look like:

Faculty Office Sample

On this tour ITAM was joined by guests from Microsoft and CWU:

Tour included members from ITAM, CWU Information Services, ITAM, and Microsoft

Some of the tour participants included (left to right):

Gayla Stoner, Associate Provost Extended Learning and Outreach, CWU
Shawn Lowney, Director, Community and Corporate Relations, CWU
Andreas Bohman, CIO, CWU and ITAM faculty member
Lisa Karstetter, TechSpark Manager, Quincy Data Center
Leo Ortiz Villacorta, Director Global Field Empowerment, Microsoft Philanthropies
Keith Jones, IT Project Manager, CWU

If you'd like a reference point for comparison, check out where we were in October.


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