Computer Science Instructional Center
The Computer Science Instructional Center (CSIC) is the classroom building for the Department of Computer Science. It also houses the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling (CSCAM).
CSIC is located adjacent to A.V. Williams (the building in which the Computer
Science Department is housed), and is connected to A.V. Williams by a sky bridge.
It contains a 140-seat lecture hall, two 90-seat classrooms, seven 35-to-50-seat
classrooms, a Linux instructional lab, and support space. All classrooms have
built-in video projectors, computers, laptop connections, and wireless Internet
access. The three largest rooms are equipped with video cameras to allow lectures
and classes to be both broadcast over the Internet and recorded for later playback.
Our former chair, Professor John Gannon, played a key role in convincing the campus to build the CSIC building. Unfortunately, John passed away on June 12, 1999.