The new FASS & FoH occupants in CB10 are spread across seven floors with teaching labs for Science and Arts subjects; clinical labs for Nursing and Midwifery; general teaching and computing spaces; academic offices and executive offices for the FoH Dean’s Unit.
The Higher Degree Research students enjoy an Activity Based Environment (ABE) which maximises adaptability, flexibility and connectivity. This ABE sets a new benchmark for future projects.
A significant element of the new teaching spaces and laboratories is virtual classroom technology. UTS FASS & FoH are at the forefront of virtual teacher and nursing training, with their classes and research extending globally beyond the physical classroom.