The Dudley-Eshbach Faculty Center

The Dudley-Eshbach Faculty Center (AC 230) is located on the second floor of the Guerrieri Academic Commons between the Office of Instructional Design & Delivery and the Graduate Commons. The Center provides spaces for faculty to relax or meet and interact; with a small conference meeting room, a collaborative seminar area, a comfortable lounge area overlooking an outdoor terrace, a kitchenette and space for faculty artwork to be displayed. As research becomes increasingly interdisciplinary, this inviting faculty space is designed to improve collegiality and encourage social networking and the creative, innovative exchange of ideas across disciplines in a more relaxed and less formal manner.

Faculty Center Hours

During fall and spring terms the Center is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the south entrance (Perdue/Henson lawn) as part of the 24/7 space.

During the summer and winter terms and during intersessions, the Center is accessible when the Guerrieri Academic Commons building is open (consult the hours calendar).

Faculty Gull Cards allow access to the Center and groups using the Center must be primarily faculty in composition. 

Scheduling a Meeting or Event

 The Dudley-Eshbach Faculty Center and the Diane D. Allen Conference Room were made possible by the generous support of former SU President Janet Dudley-Eshbach and former Provost Diane Allen.

South Facing Henson Hall
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South Facing Perdue Hall
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Faculty Art Exhibit Area
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Kitchenette
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Presentation Area
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Reservable Conference Room
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Outdoor Terrace