Conference Rooms

To reserve a room, select your room below and you will be redirected to the reservation site. Upon login you may click the date and room then select "Create Reservation" to complete the requested information.  Your reservation will be reviewed and confirmed by return email. Room questions and changes should be directed to cmoore1@lsu.edu

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William A. Pryor Conference Room

210 Choppin Hall

212

Lecture Configuration
Seating capacity for 40
Lector, smartboard projection, desktop PC available, HDMI connections in lector 

Gail E. Pryor Conference Room

212 Choppin Hall

212

Conference Configuration
Seating capacity for 14
Lector, smartboard projection, desktop PC available, HDMI connections in lector 

Benjamin P. Boussert Conference Room

100 Chemistry & Materials Building

100

Conference Configuration
Seating capacity for 16
Lector, smartboard projection, desktop PC available, HDMI connections in lector

 

202 Chemistry & Materials Building  

201

Conference Configuration
Seating capacity for 20
Lector, smartboard projection, desktop PC available, HDMI connections in lector 

302 Chemistry & Materials Building 

301

Conference Configuration
Seating capacity for 20
Lector, smartboard projection, desktop PC available, HDMI connections in lector

402 Chemistry & Materials Building

402

Conference Configuration
Seating capacity for 20
Lector, smartboard projection, desktop PC available, HDMI connections in lector

 

714 Choppin Hall 

Conference configuration, Seating capacity for 20, projector, must provide laptop

 

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT CONFERENCE ROOM POLICIES

The following policies, as adopted by the Chemistry Faculty on 03/02/2016, apply to the
following Conference Rooms: Choppin 210, 212 (Pryor Rooms) and 714, CMB 100, 202, 302 and
402.

  1.  Reservations for the above mentioned rooms can be made from the Chemistry Department
    Website (Community Moodle), or: https://biosci-booked.lsu.edu/Web/calendar.php
  2. The Chemistry Department Conference Rooms are intended to provide Chemistry personnel with functional and comfortable surroundings for activities such as faculty meetings, group meetings, committee meetings, research discussions, general examinations, degree defenses, examination grading with TAs, and the like.
  3. Conference Rooms must not be routinely reserved for formally scheduled LSU undergraduate or graduate courses, unless a room is not available nearby.
  4. Any problems with IT equipment should be reported, upon discovery, to Brad Weeks (8-7539), or to the IT Help Desk (8-3375; helpdesk@lsu.edu).
  5. After using a Conference Room the group leader must ensure that chairs and tables are in place, the projection system is off, and the screen (Choppin Pryor Rooms) is up. There has been a tendency for the CMB Conference Room seats to accumulate in CMB100. If it becomes necessary to acquire extra seats from other CMB rooms, the group leader is also responsible for ensuring that all of those seats are returned to their original rooms immediately after the meeting ends
  6. If food or refreshments of any kind are used in the Conference Roomsit isthe responsibility of the group leader to ensure that the room is left as it was found. Per University policy, alcohol is not allowed in any of the Conference Rooms. Care should be taken to place used paper plates, plastic cutlery, uneaten food and drinks, etc., in a waste bin. Bottles, cans and other recyclables should be placed in a recycling bin. Violations of these particular policies should be referred to the Department Chair.
  7. The Choppin Pryor Roomsmust be locked after use, and Charlotte (8-3361) orVickie (8- 3465) should be informed when the room is no longer in use.
  8. Use of the Choppin Pryor Rooms after 4:30 pm will require that Charlotte (8-3361) or Vickie (8-3465) be informed of the meeting so that they can unlock the room(s). In particular, Choppin 210 auto­arms its alarm at 7:00 pm. If using the room after 4:30 pm, the group leader must ensure that the room is vacant, that the projector is off, and the room is locked prior to 7:00 pm; once the alarm goes into countdown mode users have only 45 seconds to vacate.
  9. If a Choppin 210 reservation is made that will continue after 7:00 pm, the group leader will have to meet with Charlotte (8-3361) or Vickie (8­3465) to receive information about the rotating code. When the alarm goesinto countdown mode (at 7:00 pm), promptly inserting the rotating code (only) will prevent the system from arming. Upon leaving the room the system will then have to be armed manually.

Updated: February 2016