Brubaker & Easton Halls
The University’s “technology smart” classroom buildings, Brubaker and Easton Hall provide students with an integrated system of instructional technology, including video conferencing and computer access to the campus network and the Internet via wireless and cable connections.
Brubaker Hall houses department offices and classrooms for Public Health; School of Global Business; and Medical Science (Physician Assistant).
Easton Hall, completed in 2008, houses department offices and classrooms for Office of International Affairs; Modern Languages; Digital Language Lab; History; International Peace and Conflict Resolution; International Studies; Political Science; Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice; and the Easton Café.
Brubaker and Easton Halls Highlights
- Brubaker Hall is named for Sara Bowman Brubaker through the generosity of her daughter, Sara “Sally” Brubaker Steer ’41.
- All classrooms in Brubaker and Easton halls have wireless Internet access.
- Brubaker and Easton Halls contain a variety of classroom spaces: large lecture rooms, traditional-size classrooms, computer labs, smaller seminar rooms and a digital language lab.
- Easton Hall is a great example of ecological sustainability in its design, energy use and landscaping.
- Easton Hall's indoor lounges and outdoor patio overlook the outdoor water feature. The Easton Café and water feature are popular spots for dining and socializing.