Room Reservations in the College of Education

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The College of Education offers the following rooms for reservation by College of Education Faculty and Staff to support the teaching, research and public service functions of the college; students may work with a faculty or staff member to reserve a space for related activities.  Questions or concerns about the use of the space may be directed to Jim Rowan at 312-355-0721 or

To make a reservation, please click on the white plus sign on the blue background (directly above the calendar below, all the way to the right on your screen).  A window will open with the rooms you can reserve.  Select one and click on the link and a reservation window will open with detailed instructions on making a reservation. If no end time is entered on your request the default reservation period is one hour. Your request will go to a reservation manager for approval.

Rooms 3312 & 3427 ETMSW are available only between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. for events or meetings. 

Room 3015 ETMSW is available for reservation between the hours of 8 am – 5 pm. No weekend or evening is use is allowed. Only College of Education Faculty and Staff may reserve room 3015 ETMSW.  Room 3015 is locked. To gain access please go to room 3335 ETMSW or room 3022 ETMSW. Users are responsible for ensuring that the lights are turned off and doors are locked, upon exiting the room. Food is not allowed room 3015 ETMSW.

If you wish to delete or modify a reservation, please email Jim Rowan,

If you have been denied access to the reservation system and think you should have access, or Jim Rowan is not available, please email Mike Herkes,

If you need to reserve a conference phone, please contact a member of your department staff (e.g., Alex Cantero or Karen Dop). and they will reserve it for you. The conference phone and reservation book are kept in Room 3335.

If you need to reserve presentation and/or multimedia equipment, please go to                                                                                                                                                      

Blurring the Lines: Transdisciplinary Research Across Campus

Event Type
Professional Development
Graduate Special Interest Groups Initiative
3427 ETMSW
Nov 15, 2022   3:30 - 4:30 pm  
Dr. David Stovall & Dr. Nicole Nguyen
UIC GSIG Initiative
Originating Calendar
Reservations 3427 ETMSW

In this Address the Desk event, Dr. David Stovall and Dr. Nicole Nguyen will talk about what it means to transcend a scholarly discipline by living in multiple scholarship traditions and collaborating beyond the department unit. They will have a conversation about what this kind of work looks like, how the research community should honor and support it, and why it is important for developing thought and building community toward solving social issues. This event will be held in person in ETMSW Rm 3427, with a virtual option at

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