Ayers Saint Gross designed the University of Maryland’s first multi-purpose academic building constructed on the College Park campus in 50 years. This renovation and addition occupies a key location on the McKeldin Mall at the heart of the campus. It incorporates the renovation of nearby Holzapfel Hall and an addition to replace the existing Shriver Lab. This center features lecture halls, active learning classrooms of varying sizes and capabilities, offices and a large amount of student study, collaboration, and break out space. The new East Wing includes instructional labs designed for general chemistry with supporting lab support spaces.
When the Edward St. John Learning & Teaching Center opened this fall at the University of Maryland at College Park, students were not the only ones learning.
The 187,000-square-foot space, which includes 12 classrooms and nine teaching labs with a total of 1,500 seats, will elevate the culture of collaborative learning on campus.
View this webcam for the Edward St. John Learning & Teaching Center at University of Maryland College Park.
College Park is booming. Nearly 20 projects, including two that Ayers Saint Gross has collaborated on (Edward St. John Learning & Teaching Center and the Innovation District), are underway.
The bucolic and famous green that runs through the University of Maryland College Park campus got a new look this week.
See campus landmarks, join the crowds cheering on the Terrapins, and check out one of UMD’s newest buildings: the Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center.
The Chronicle of Higher Education explores the latest in classroom typology, including the Edward St. John Learning & Teaching Center at the University of Maryland.
Nancy S. Grasmick, a presidential scholar at Towson University and a former Maryland superintendent of schools, cites the Edward St. John Center as a highlight of the past year.