Our signature meeting space features floor-to-ceiling glass walls with a sky backdrop for brainstorming, Skype sessions and meet-ups.
This studio space features a broadcast quality control room and enables students to produce podcasts and multimedia programing.
This space serves as command central for the College’s journalism capstones, houses our Knight-funded Innovator-in-Residence program and hosts journalism experiments with new technology.
This hub functions as an IMC digital agency for capstone classes and projects. It also houses the College’s Community Branding Initiative in support of economic development.
This space will serve as the central venue for major events such as hackathons and industry partner ideation sessions. The open area will accommodate workshops, community training, and club meetings and events.
The HackerSpace is at the far back of the forum. It includes a retractable separation screen to provide a separate meeting space or raises to connect with Forum activities.
This space is home to “CodeLab.” This is a program teaches students and community members coding fundamentals as well as how to develop mobile applications for Android and Apple devices. As part of our community-based collaborations, this effort can help make technology training available to distressed Appalachian communities in economic transition.
This space hosts a major journalism class, a computer gaming class, and our experiments with sensors, 3D printing and drone technology.
The Center has two rooms for small group break-aways, project brainstorming, club meetings, and breakout sessions for events.
With an adjacent observation room and recording studio, students, faculty and industry partners can use this space to conduct professional focus groups, media effects research, and consumer and user behavior testing across new technology.