The Davidson Mathematics and Science Center provides an integrated and centralized 21st century environment for learning and research. Specifically, it has the following features:
- 100,000-square-foot state-of-the-art teaching and research facility with mathematics and science wings;
- The 464-seat Nell. J. Redfield Foundation Auditorium features a "walk-up, walk-out" stage that encourages lecturers to step down and interact with the audience whenever possible; stage area features three screens and mobile podium.
- 27 modern laboratories, each with the capacity for 20 to 24 students, and four large classrooms, each with the capacity for 75 students;
- Wireless Internet access throughout the entire facility;
- Enhanced environment controls and space for culture preparation in eight biological science laboratories;
- Increased glass hood space for improved observation and greater control over experiments in the seven general chemistry laboratories;
- Student meeting areas with whiteboards for students and teaching assistants to meet and interact with each other outside classrooms and laboratories;
- Electronic interfaces, information technology platforms, projectors, modern audio visual and presentation equipment, whiteboards and pull-down screens in every laboratory and classroom;
- A 50-seat computational classroom-the largest on campus-to teach students the use of software for data analysis and visualization;
- Space for the dean of the College of Science suite and the Department of Mathematics in the administrative wing of the facility.
Building Code: DMSC Building Number: 045