A transformation of the 3rd floor of Walter Light Hall into a leading-edge space for undergraduate students to learn and collaborate.
The updated 3rd floor of Walter Light Hall will provide an exceptional work place that complements the classroom experience by providing the meeting rooms, project space, and multimedia facilities needed to elevate theory to practice.
The Queen’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science supports team-based projects and learning. This new space will ensure that students have the opportunity to work together and share a vision with others as part of an integrated team.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering faces the challenge of providing exceptional facilities to a growing number of students. The proposed 3rd floor lab space will help the department to meet this challenge while maintaining a student experience that is second to none.
Recognized nationally and internationally, Queen’s Electrical and Computer Engineering prides itself on the excellence of both its teaching and its research. The proposed 3rd floor lab will help the department maintain its standing as a global innovator by providing students with world-class infrastructure to support the world-class education the department is known for.
The 3rd floor lab will allow multiple players to work together to create and develop new products, services, processes, and solutions.
The new space will prioritize configuring activities to inspire learning while also reflecting the diversity of environments that students will be exposed to outside of a school setting.
Complete overhaul of Walter Light Hall's 3rd Floor
Open seating arrangement with workspace and equipment
Enclosed spaces for undergraduate projects
Upgraded hardware to supplement our courses
Better use of our third floor space with a modern feel
Emphasizing safety and indulging curiosity
Hosting international speakers and lecturers