By Design

Innovative classrooms and wide-open spaces

Photographs of Wasserstein Hall, Caspersen Student Center, Clinical Wing
Photographs by Bob O’Connor

Wasserstein Hall contains two cluster classrooms (top row, left and bottom row, right) that combine a traditional classroom with a modular, breakout seating arrangement to allow for more interactive teaching and smallgroup work. The Graduate Student Lounge (bottom row, left) will be one of the many new gathering places. The academic wing (top row, right) will help create a much-needed supply of classrooms of varying sizes and configurations, all within an environmentally friendly building.

Construction of the Wasserstein Hall, Caspersen Student Center, Clinical Wing project is tantalizingly near completion. By January, students will be gathering and dining in the Caspersen Student Center and working in the Clinical Wing, which will bring together under one roof many of the growing number of clinical opportunities at HLS. The first classes will be taught in Wasserstein Hall during winter term. The vistas are wide-open, as will be the new opportunities for innovation, learning and collaboration.