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The State of Tennessee Board of Regents, Middle Tennessee State University
99,000 sq. ft., 3-Stories
Bauer Askew Architecture, pllc
Middle Tennessee State University’s (MTSU) new three-story, 99,000-sq. ft. Academic Classroom Building is the headquarters of the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences and provides educational spaces for the departments of criminal justice administration, psychology, and social work.
The building greatly elevates the offerings for the behavioral health sciences and future university students. It consolidates previously scattered instructional space into a single location with 14 classrooms and five computer class laboratories with 900 seats. It also features 14 smaller, discipline-specific research rooms with an additional 87 student stations.
The building houses 95 faculty offices, a combination of formal and informal learning/collaboration spaces that encourage and facilitate cross-discipline integration among students and faculty, and general classrooms for university-wide use.
The state-of-the-art facility offers a variety of spaces for hands-on learning experiences, including psychology department labs for electroencephalogram research to test brain wave activity and eye tracking, sound test rooms, and quantitative computer labs. The facility also houses a mock command center for simulated emergency-management disaster training for scenarios ranging from hurricanes to terrorism.