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Chemistry Department Room Reservations

updated Fall 2019

Conference rooms (used for meetings, defenses, seminars, workshops, etc.)

ISB (Integrated Science Building or CDS1) - You can view the availability and make reservations for these rooms on their individual calendar in MS Outlook.  Please contact Laurie White (lauriewhite@ku.edu or 785-864-0354) with questions about the ISB conference rooms or lobby calendars. Click here for instructions on reserving the following list of rooms.

  • Conference rooms in ISB are listed below.  Click here for information about each conference room.
    • ISB 2113 Conference Room
    • ISB 2124 Conference Room
    • ISB 2181 Conference Room
    • ISB 2182 Conference Room
    • ISB 3113 Conference Room
    • ISB 3124 Conference Room
    • ISB 3170 Conference Room

Malott Hall - all conference rooms are now all managed by Physics & Astronomy (including 6092, 3059, and 3005 Malott).  Please email Kayla Wegley (k.wegley@ku.edu) or if she’s not available, email Kristin Rennells (tatekris@ku.edu).

MRB (Multidisciplinary Research Building) - Please email Ann Smith (annsmith@ku.edu), or if she’s not available, email Carla Ramirez (cramirez@ku.edu).


Classrooms (used for class discussions, review sessions, seminars, etc.)

For all CLASSROOM reservations, you may email KU's Course & Room Reservation at reservations@ku.edu.

If you are with the Dept. of Chemistry, please email Liz Coleman (elizabethm@ku.edu) for any course related room requests in ISB, CDUP, Malott or any other centrally scheduled classroom on campus, which include:

  • ISB classrooms: 1144, 1146, 1154 and 1160 CDS1
  • Central Utility Plant: 1200 CDUP
  • Budig Hall: 110, 120, and 130 Budig
  • Wescoe Hall: 3139 and 3140 Wescoe
  • Malott Hall: 1001, 1003, and 2001 Malott
  • Any other classrooms on campus can be reserved through Liz Coleman.
  • Elaine Knight (eknight@ku.edu) is also able to reserve classrooms if Liz is not available.

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