The Duderstadt Center has four conference rooms available for meetings, workhops, etc. These rooms are available to U-M groups for academic and student service purposes (for social events, we recommend the Pierpont Commons). To maximize access, these rooms may not be scheduled for regular classes or weekly meetings. A class requiring video conferencing may schedule a conference room for those particular class sessions.
Conference Rooms 2, 3 and 4 are accessible from the Connector Hall, between the Pierpont Commons and the Duderstadt Center Atrium. Conference Room 1180, is entered from the Atrium, to the left of the Connector Hall.
Every room includes a ceiling-mounted projector, screen, wired and wireless Internet access, conference phone and whiteboard. Additional needs can be met, with prior arrangement. For more information see:
Policy for Use
CONFERENCE ROOM 2 - 1127 DUDERSTADT CENTER
This is a 324 sq ft room that seats up to 12 people with extra seating along the perimeter. In addition to the standard features, this room also includes a Polycom VSX 7000 IP videoconferencing unit.
CONFERENCE ROOM 3 - 1129 DUDERSTADT CENTER
This is a 324 sq ft room that seats up to 10 people with extra seating along the perimeter. Highlights of this room include the Polycom 512MP videoconferencing unit with 384Kbps ISDN service.
CONFERENCE ROOM 4- 1116 DUDERSTADT CENTER
This is a 384 sq ft multi-feature conference room that seats up to 14 people. Additional seating is available along the perimeter. The room is equipped with a kitchen, containing a refrigerator and a microwave. It also includes a Polycom VSX 7000 IP videoconferencing unit.
CONFERENCE ROOM 1180 - 1180 DUDERSTADT CENTER
Located in the atrium next to the entrance to the connecter hall, this multi-media conference space includes a meeting room that can can accommodate 34 people, a foyer suitable for coffee or light lunch buffet service, a coat room, a small catering kitchen (with a refrigerator and running water), and a unisex bathroom.
This 1,180 sq ft room features 4 large displays; two large rear projection screens and two 70" LCD displays. There is a Gooseneck microphone at the lectern, and 15 ceiling mounted speakers for sound reinforcement and recording. Additional lapel/hand held microphones are available on request. A motorized control allows the lectern to be raised or lowered. Four different inputs can be directed to different displays in what we are calling a Quad-View setting.
We can support inputs from:
*A desktop PC and two VGA laptop connections at the lectern.
*An HDMI connection at the lectern for laptops or mobile devices.
*A Blu-ray player and a document camera.
*A VGA and HDMI connection from the center of the room.
For more information contact Cindy Anderson at 763-3266.