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The School of Education has departments and offices across the Syracuse University campus. The main hub for the School of Education is Huntington Hall, housing our Administrative Offices, many academic departments, and several centers and institutes. You can find each of these locations on the Syracuse University Campus Map.

The School of Education offers collaborative meeting, class, and workshop space to support the use of technology in teaching, promote research, and to help facilitate presentations and conferences for faculty, staff, and students. Many spaces are shared primarily by the School of Education community, but also by the larger Syracuse University community. The room configuration and condition is the responsibility of the person in charge of the meeting. Rooms should be left in an orderly and clean condition after you leave.

Classrooms

The classrooms in 100-107 Huntington Hall are scheduled by the Office of the Registrar and maintained by ITS LEMP: 100-107 Huntington Hall.


Reservable Meeting Spaces

056 Huntington Hall

Capacity and use: Primarily meeting space not intended for recurring classes during working hours. There are 11 movable tables with 22 rolling chairs, two large whiteboards, and the windows have blackout shades.
Technology:  **Caution - the tech in Room 056 is extremely outdated and does not operate as expected consistently.  We are working towards an entire room tech upgrade, and for the time being we recommend only in person meetings for this space.***  The room contains an (often unreliable) overhead projector connected to Windows computer in the teaching station, multiple adapters for laptop/device connections, and a touch panel unit to control projection options.
To schedule: Search for the SOE-e-056HH-ERCConf Outlook Calendar and send a meeting invite.  Include date and time requested as well as the purpose of the reservation and a contact person. Please include time in your reservation for room setup and cleanup. View 056 availability calendar.

070B Huntington Hall

Capacity and use: Primarily used as classroom space. This space is recommended to be used for classes that need to use the laptop cart, assistive technology, a smartboard, or group work. Tables and chairs seat 28, with an additional 6 chairs. The table and chairs are mobile and stowable with 2 height adjustable tables, and can be arranged in unlimited configurations for lecture, conference table, multi-group, or wide-open setups. The room also has two whiteboards and 14 portable smaller whiteboards that can be hung on the walls or sides of tables.
Technology: 2 large front LCD displays connected to a Windows computer, a pen enabled Wacom tablet for the teaching station monitor, multiple adapters for laptop/device connections at the teaching station, a document camera, a smartboard, AppleTV, 2 other LCD displays that each accept an HDMI laptop connection for group work, an assistive listening device, lavalier microphone, ceiling mic, overhead speakers, rear and forward facing cameras, and height adjustable teaching station with a Extron touch control panel to manage the technology. This room is equipped with ample power outlets and Ethernet ports surrounding the perimeter in order to handle the mobile laptop cart usage.
To schedule: 070B reservation form.
Please do not request use Outlook to book 070B any longer as those requests will be ignored. View the current free/busy calendar for 070B
When requesting for a course, please make sure it is the instructor of that course or the department chair on their behalf that is completing the form.  You need to complete a new form for each course for one semester only.  A different course or different semester requires a new form.  

Reservation deadlines:

  • Summer: Requests by Nov 1, decisions by Dec 1
  • Fall: Requests by Nov 1, decisions by Dec 1
  • Spring: Requests by April 1, decisions by May 1
  • All requests submitted after deadline will be considered on a space available basis

220 Huntington Hall (Ganders Lounge)

Capacity and technology: Large conference room with table and 14 chairs.  The room has a large LCD display connected to Windows computer as well as a smaller rear LCD display, multiple adapters for laptop/device connections, both rear and forward facing cameras, speakers, and room microphone connected to the in room Windows computer.  There is also conference phone available for the room.
To schedule: Ganders Lounge reservation form.

Huntington Hall Conference Rooms

These spaces can be reserved with the associated department for meetings, non-regular classes, and conference calls.

  • 160 Huntington Hall: Open area at the back of the 150 suite. Has whiteboard but no technology. Schedule with Jen Heckathorn.
  • 175 Huntington Hall: Has whiteboard, large television display, and cable for laptop connections. Schedule with Jen Heckathorn.
  • 264 Huntington Hall: Large television display connected to Windows computer or cable for laptop connection. Conference call phone/speaker system. Schedule with Jen Heckathorn.
  • 320 Huntington Hall: Large television display and Apple TV for remote display of Apple OS and iOS devices. Schedule with Dani Weinstein.
  • 335 Huntington Hall: Large television display and Apple TV for remote display of Apple OS and iOS devices. Schedule with Dani Weinstein.
  • 364 Huntington Hall (Tom Green Room): Large television display connected to Windows computer or cable for laptop connection. Schedule with Maryann Barker.
  • 375 Huntington Hall: Large television display connected to Windows computer or cable for laptop connection. Schedule with Dani Weinstein.

Public Event and Collaborative Spaces

Sharon H. Jacquet Education Commons (130 Huntington Hall)

Public lounge and working space at main entrance of Huntington Hall. Students can work here quietly, or meet for collaborative work. Can be reserved for receptions, lectures, workshops, and presentations. When not reserved, open and available during building hours.

Capacity and use: Maximum 125 in lecture style, with fewer if tables are brought in. There are 60 chairs available for seating if needed and 12 tables. Room is 40’ wide with depths increasing from 29’ at the back to 40’ in the front of the room.

Technology: Large 80″ digital display with VGA and HDMI laptop connectivity, wifi available.

To schedule Commons Reservation Request Form
View Commons availability calendar.

Huntington Hall Atrium

Public lounge and working space. Students can work here quietly, or meet for collaborative work. Can be reserved to support events in the Commons. When not reserved, open and available during building hours.

To schedule: Search for the SOE-e-Atrium Outlook Calendar (SU accounts only) and send a meeting invite, or email soehelp@syr.edu. Include date and time requested. Include purpose of the reservation and a contact person. Please include time in your reservation for room setup and cleanup.

070 and 050 Huntington Hall Outer Areas

Large work surfaces, sofa, and chairs for work and collaboration. Not reservable, open and available during building hours.


Computer Labs

  • 020 Huntington Hall: maintained by ITS and available for use by all Syracuse University individuals. Computers have software standard to all University computers.
  • 030A Huntington Hall: Windows and Mac video editing studio. 2 individual workstations and chairs. Contains an iMac Apple OS workstation and a Windows 64 bit Workstation, card reader, MiniDV and VHS tape deck with firewire connection that digitizes video, and a DVD duplicator. Visit the helpdesk in 030 Huntington Hall for more information.


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