Valdosta State University's STEAM Center for Applied Creativity and Innovation calls Martin Hall home. Named after a former VSU president, Martin Hall once housed the Nursing program at VSU. In 2014-15, the university received funding from the Georgia legislature to renovate Martin Hall and create the new STEAM Center. Here are some of the exciting features of the facility:
- Solar canopy contributes to the electric supply for the building.
- Houses a Tutoring Center with 8 rooms.
- Large conference room with state-of-the-art video and audio technologies can be used for video conferencing.
- Expansive (2,600 sq. ft.) multi-purpose room can be used for large events or divided into three smaller rooms.
- Multi-purpose room contains an embedded robotics track.
- STEAM Center is 18,962 square feet in size and can be used as a teaching tool to show occupants how building systems operate. Electrical, data and HVAC system components are visible in many areas within the STEAM Center.
To learn more about the facility, or to reserve space for an event or field trip, please fill out and submit the form below.
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