Engineering Part 1: Buildings and Classrooms | Campus Tour 2019
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Now we are in the prey, The last place I'm gonna take you and that is the engineering building. This is probably No, it's It's close to being my favorite building on campus. This's what I think of when I think of home When I think of K State Uh, yeah, I just don't know what else to say. General history, the engineering building used to be three separate buildings Dorland, Fiedler and Rathbone and what we are walking in, what we're about to walk into to all this kind of stone esque floors, all used to be outside. That's why they're still be on the street last. You know, right here, used to be you know, I used to be one of the buildings, and then the other building was over there. They redid the entire place, all of the buildings, and they built this huge connecting pieces called technically, the Dorland expansion. So some of the some of the lecture halls are a little bit. I know there's still kind of what they used to be, you know, there's still kind of in that old style, but then in the newer places, so that's like, what? Like prehistoric hall. Has paisley haul us? That's, you know, kind of. I'd bet that that's why they didn't change it too much. Then you get into the engineering hall auditorium if I could get in, but I can't. Then in here they also have the big It's called Fiedler Learning Commons. It's, uh, really, really nice there movable whiteboards everywhere so you can work on projects, our away board. Then there's just deaths everywhere in a bagel space of computers, and it's open pretty much twenty four seven right now. It's closed for spring break on one of the last people here, a better case state. So it's It's closed right now, but it's normally open almost all the time, so you can just go in there whenever the mood hits you. I'm also going to walk over Tio here so I can show you what the newer side looks like. In here you'll have classes ranging from your intro class is to, you know, Maura. Unlike the top levels they have, the labs they even have, like grad student and professor research labs. So those are all built by K state engineering students in case an engineer in clubs. I think down there you can also see our massive three D printer. There's high one of the things I love to show people these are concrete canoe. There's this big civil engineering competition called the Concrete Canoe Competition. So this is ours Is our Kansas State concrete canoe, if you're wondering, Yes, it does. It's also really, really cool, Uh, in terms of just a civil engineering feat of making concrete float. Then there's also over here, there's some private study rooms. So you can reserve these if you're, you know, kind of there or you can just check them out.