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Interlocking OU, Gallogly College of Engineering, Gallogly Hall, The University of Oklahoma
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Gallogly Hall - Make Your Mark

At 70,000 square feet, Gallogly Hall will be the home to the Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering and the college-wide Diversity and Inclusion Program.

With more than 10 classrooms and teaching labs, research labs, a lecture hall, collaborative learning spaces throughout and student project makerspace, Gallogly Hall will serve all students in the Gallogly College of Engineering and attract students from across campus to explore the engineering quad and the world of engineering.  

Gallogly Hall will be the final building on the engineering quadrangle in the OU main campus. The building will complete the cohesive ensemble of engineering buildings and will help define a lively, usable outdoor space for engineering activities at the heart of the quad. 

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Floor 1

 At the heart of the first floor will be the “living room” – a comfortable space for student and faculty interaction and collaboration, as well as special events. The Maker Space and Studio lab will be an important, visible expression of the college’s commitment to innovation and entrepreneurship.  The Diversity and Inclusion suite will provide a warm and welcoming space to house our nationally recognized program and enhance the recruitment, retention and graduation of a diverse workforce. The high-tech and highly reconfigurable lecture hall will be a multipurpose space, including classroom instruction and special events.

Floor 2

The second floor will consist of large teaching labs, recitation classroom and informal gathering spaces. These labs will be significant resources for undergraduate science and engineering education. Two labs will be dedicated to Biomedical Engineering and five labs will support Chemistry and Biology courses serving all students of the Gallogly College of Engineering, Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy, Pre-med, and the physical and life sciences.

Floor 3 and 4

The third and fourth floors will focus on biomedical engineering research.  Each floor will accommodate 4600 square feet of reconfigurable lab space, up to six principal investigators and as many as 32 student research assistants.  The labs are rigorously designed for maximum efficiency and flexibility and for promoting interaction and collaboration.