Room Resources and Meeting Spaces

Conference rooms, labs, studios, and classrooms have different features and functionality.

Meeting and Conference Rooms

Room MVR G87* MVR G422* MVR 142* MVR 1429* MVR 1300H MVR 250 MVR 2308*
Capacity 35 20 20 16 25 10 28
Room MVR 3308* HEB T01* HEB 49* SAV 131 SAV 232 SAV 332 SAV 403 BEEBE
Capacity 25 25 20 14 14 14 12 48

*All these spaces have projection systems with computer connectors, sound systems, and wireless presenters.To reserve a meeting space for your event, work with your administrative assistant or contact the booking liaison for each building and they will be able to direct/help you.

Building Contact

Beebe Hall

Patty Thayer, 255-7794

Caldwell Hall

Lisa Jones, 255-8018

MVR/HEB Hall

Kenna Snow-Tompkins, 255-1833

Savage Hall

Jean Miller, 255-3206

 

Class Rooms

These rooms are on Schedule 25 and are only available as class rooms and cannot be booked for meetings.
* These rooms may have regularly scheduled classes; but may be used for meetings if available.
For class room scheduling, contact your department undergraduate assistant with course details.
For classroom technology support, contact Lucas Landaeta.

Room MVR 151 MVR 153 MVR 280 MVR 360 MVR G71 MVR G73 HEB 101
Capacity 48 49 90 36 135 135 20
Room HEB 201 SAV 100 SAV 200 CAL 100 MVR 166S* MVR 166N* MVR 157*
Capacity 20 94 83 100 50 35 50

 

Lab Spaces

Lab MVR 218 MVR 4221 MVR 353 MVR 4101 MVR 4231 MVR 4301
Function CAD lab CAD lab Wet Lab Studio Studio Studio
Capacity 64 18 22 95 75 96

To see the functionality of and what equipment is in the rooms, visit the CHE Rooms spreadsheet.

Computer and CAD Labs

Graduate lab computers are equipped to enable users to connect to Ciser's remote environment for their software needs. Each graduate student will automatically receive an email with logon information to their Human Ecology Ciser account. Please note that if you currently have a Ciser account, the Human Ecology Ciser account is a separate account with different software ability. The username for your Ciser account will be netid_che. If you're a graduate student and have not received enrollment and logon information for Ciser, please enter a Helpdesk ticket. Below is a list of the software available on Ciser (Human Ecology Ciser):

Office 2013 Endnote SAS Sketchup 2014
Adobe Reader Mozilla Firefox JabRef Inventor
Nutritionist Pro Internet Explorer R JMP
Google Chrome 7-zip Matlab Realplayer
MikTex MiniTab QuickTime Lyx
E-Prime SPSS

All students have access to the Dean’s Lounge in MVR 159, which was designed by six students in the College of Human Ecology’s Design and Environmental Analysis (DEA) program to be a comfortable, quiet and environmentally friendly workspace. The space was designed to encompass the college’s dedication to research, innovation, sustainability and community.

Lounge 159 provides distinct spaces to meet different student needs: group meeting areas, individual desks for studying, two areas for socializing and a computer workstation area. The workstations include five computers, (three with a 15 minute limit, two with a 45 minute limit). Back and white printing is available through Net-Print.

Located in HEB T14, it is one of the most advanced student computer labs on the Cornell campus.

Facilities include:

  • PCs: 27 Dell Precision 380 workstations featuring 3 GHz dual core processors with 2 GB of RAM. They also have high end Nvidia Quadro graphics cards with a large 24" display. All computers come equipped with DVD/CD writers and 9-in-1 flash card readers.
  • Tablets: Wacom display/drawing and drawing tablets
  • Scanners: 2 tabloid size flatbed scanners, high-resolution Nikon slide scanner, large format Calcomp digitizer
  • Printers: Two tabloid size laser printers, Xerox Phaser Color Printer, HP 5100 Black and White Printer
  • Large format printers: Two large format Hewlett-Packard color inkjet printers. These printers accommodate large rolls of paper, plastic (e.g., Tyvek®) and textiles, including silk.
  • Software Highlights:
    •  AutoCAD
    • Adobe Creative Suite
    • Lectra (apparel design)
    • OptiTex (apparel design)

Located in HEB T20, it includes:

  • PCs: 19 Dell GX270 workstations featuring 3GHz processors with 1 gigabyte of RAM, DVD/CD writers and 20" displays
  • Wacom drawing tablets
  • 2 tabloid size flatbed scanners
  • A large format Calcomp digitizer
  • Ouput devices, including:
    • A high quality tabloid size color inkjet printer
    • Color and black and white laser printers
    • A black and white plotter
  • Software, including:
    • AutoCAD
    • Adobe Creative Suite
    • Lectra (apparel design)
    • OptiTex (apparel design)

Located in MVR 4221, it includes:

  • PC's: 18 Dell Precision 470 workstations equipped with 1 gigabytge of RAM, Intel Xeon 3 GHz processors, Nvidia Quadro graphics cards, 20" displays and DVD/CD writers.
  • Two flatbed scanners
  • Printers, including a tabloid size HP color laser and a black and white laser
  • Software, including:
    • AutoCAD
    • Architectural Studio 3DS MAX and 3DS VIZ
    • Adobe Creative Suite
    • Adobe Premiere Pro

Event Spaces & Reservation

The College of Human Ecology has event spaces available for use by the Human Ecology Community only. Several of the available spaces are used to support academic classes and may not be scheduled for events until classes have been placed in the term in which your requesting space.

All common spaces in the college are considered public space (ie. Commons, Courtyards, Atrium, and Terraces), as such, they are shared at all times with our students and academic community. You will not be able to completely restrict access to these spaces so please consider this as you plan your event.

How to reserve a space/submitting an event request form

The first step in reserving a space is to go to http://events.human.cornell.edu and completing the online form. After the form is submitted you will immediately receive an automated confirmation of your request.  In 1 to 3 business days you will receive an email to notify you if the space is available on the date and time you requested. If the space is available you will then receive an an email notifying you if the event is approved. Please allow another 1 to 3 days for this approval.  The College's Space Use Coordinator may contact you for further details regarding your event before approval is given.

Please be sure to include starting and ending times in your event request. Currently, the building hours are 7:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday–Friday. If you have an event planned for a weekend or outside of the regular hours make sure that is noted. Please include time at the beginning and end of your event to allow for the arrival/departure of caterers or other vendors.

Commonly used spaces for events, see above conference rooms as well:

  • The HEB Commons
  • HEB Terrace
  • HEB Courtyard