Get the Facts: East Village

October 7, 2013
Square footage: 238,715
Beds: 701 (making a total of 5,400 on-campus beds)
Dining hall square footage: 33,750

Community Spaces
•Large entrance lobby in each building for greeting each other and gathering as a community
•Extended main lobby for socializing and gathering around the fireplace
•Outdoor lobby patio with built-in grill
• Two horseshoe pits at Teal and one bocci ball court at Earle next to an outdoor patio
• One media and game room with a large-screen TV, pool and ping-pong tables in each building
• One community kitchen with a table for dining on the first floor of each building
• Two community rooms per floor with large screen TVs
• Inner courtyards with sunken steps for socializing
and playing
• Outdoor courtyard stages for live perfomances

Spaces for Learning in Residence
• Library for large-group quiet study in each community
• Two private small-group study rooms with whiteboards
in each building
• Two nooks for group study with whiteboards on each floor of each building
• One conference room with a large table for 8-10 people
in each building
• One classroom for 35 students with smart-classroom technology in each building
• One small-group seminar room in Earle that can be combined with the classroom to create room for
pre-health fairs
• One technology lab in Teal, managed by faculty, that includes special engineering equipment to support
student projects

Residential Spaces for Faculty
Each residence hall has one live-in faculty family. These faculty members reside in 2,400 square-foot apartments with their families.
The following faculty members have offices in Earle Hall:
• Dr. Jim Marcum, Professor and Director of the Medical Humanities Program
• Dr. David Pennington, Professor and Master Teacher, Chemistry
• Dr. Riz Klausmeyer, Associate Director for Pre-Health Studies
• Dr. Suzy Weems, Professor of Family and Consumer Sciences
• Dr. Marty Harvill, Senior Lecturer, Biology
The following faculty and staff have offices in Teal Hall:
• Dr. Ian Gravagne, Teal Faculty Master and Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
• Dr. Ben Kelley, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and former
Dean of ECS
• Dr. John Davis, Professor of Mathematics
• Dr. Adam Ecklund, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs
• John Miller, Lecturer in ECS and Technology Lab Manager
• Emily Sandvall, Assistant Director for ECS Student Initiatives
• Ida Jamshidi, Academic Advisor for ECS

Dynamic Dining Experiences
• Hours of operation: Monday through Friday - breakfast: 7 to 10 a.m.; lunch: 10:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.; dinner: 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Open Sunday
5 to 9 p.m.
• Seats 500 people indoors and 80 outdoors
• Teal Residential College will host community dinners every other Sunday
• Fresh food experiences where almost all food is prepared in front of diners
• Two hidden security grills can be extended after dinner to allow the large private dining room to be used by student groups

Dining Commons Food Stations
• Grill
• International Plate
• Daily Press
• Global Fusion
• Greens Counter
• Pizza and Stuff
• The Melting Pot
• The Skillet
• Comfort Food
• No Gluten Added

Retail Dining Experiences
• Convenience store providing essential items
• Red Mango frozen yogurt store
• Retail bakery serving scratch-baked goods

Student Learning & Engagement Offices
The Student Learning & Engagement suite has moved to the East Village Dining Commons. This office suite includes:
• Offices for the Dean, two Assistant Deans, Student Life Assessment,
New Student Experience, Assistant to the Dean, Student Outreach, Student Life Fundraising and Assistant Director of Resident Learning
• Conference room for 10 with large monitor for presentations
• Large reception area with resources on student engagement
opportunities at Baylor
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