The Kudlick High-tech Interactive Classroom
The classroom is equipped with 30 PCs and is used daily for lectures, labs, and individual student work.
- two plasma screens
- electronic whiteboard
- individual presentation screens & workstations for students
- a camera that can project physical objects on the screens
- VCR & DVD players
- ergonomic multi-tiered setup, with ideal sight lines for class discussions
The classroom was donated by Alfred Chuang, CEO of BEA Systems and an alumnus of USF. The classroom was named after Alfred's favorite teacher at USF, former Chair of Computer Science Michael Kudlick.