The Computer Science department is housed in the Morken Center for Learning and Technology.
Morken 203 is a state of the art classroom with room for 38 students, each with access to a computer. Each desk is equipped with a computer running Windows with a recessed monitor. There are two projection screens that can project content from a variety of sources including DVD, VCR, computer, document camera, and laptop. The department also has a computer classroom in the Reike Science Center with capacity for 24 students that is typically used for upper-level CS classes.
Morken 210 is an open lab available for use by all CS students. It is reserved for class lab sessions during certain times on Tuesday and Thursday, but is otherwise available to students anytime the building is open. It includes 20 computers running Windows. It also includes audio and projection capabilities from the instructor’s podium.
Morken 227 is an open lab that is available to students anytime the building is open. There are no classes scheduled in this room. The room includes several computers running Windows. There is a round table for study, and the walls have “Wall-Talker” installed (a dry-erase, white board material).
Morken 212 is our digital and analog electronics lab classroom. It includes a number of computers equipped with Windows. There are a variety of electronics tools such as oscilloscopes, PIC programmers, voltage meters, function generators, etc.
Student Research Rooms
We have five rooms in Morken for students pursuing research projects. These rooms are usually allocated to students who are currently enrolled in the senior capstone project course (CS 499). These rooms are available for the students at any time that the building is open, and include a number of computers as well as whiteboards and shelf space.