|Labs, classrooms and spaces|
The Gillings School of Global Public Health nearly fills an entire block on the UNC campus in Chapel Hill. Modern classrooms and well-equipped laboratories in four buildings -- Rosenau Hall, McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Baity Labs, and the newest addition, the Michael Hooker Research Center -- support our students' learning and research experiences.
Comfortable meeting spaces -- such as our three-story, living room atrium in the Michael Hooker Research Center -- stimulate conversation, collaboration and creativity.
A 125,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, teaching and research building, the Center has transformed our School. It allows us to provide world-class instruction and unparalleled discovery on four floors. It houses laboratory researchers in nutrition, epidemiology, environmental sciences and engineering who investigate such issues as the relationship between nutrition and cancer and drinking water quality. Its three-floor atrium provides a dramatic space where students, faculty and staff gather informally all day long, and where formal, school-wide events take place.
Additional laboratories and offices, including the home of the N.C. Institute for Public Health, are located in nearby Chapel Hill and Carrboro.
To view a listing of classrooms and their descriptions: http://www.sph.unc.edu/iis/classroom_technology_listing.html.
|Last updated June 14, 2013|