Classrooms

McAlice Classroom

The DMC is a great place to have a field trip. Marine biology and ecology classes can explore nearby habitats at low tide and bring collected specimens back to the Center for close observation and experimentation. Located on the lower, waterfront campus, our flowing seawater classrooms seat 15- 30 students comfortably with microscopes and notebooks. Ambient flowing seawater keeps collected specimens alive for study. Video-equipped teaching microscopes project full-screen images to the front of the classroom. Contact our Laboratory Manager for additional information: temiller@maine.edu.

McAlice Classroom
Located in the Marine Culture Laboratory (MCL), this is our newest and largest flowing seawater classroom. The McAlice classroom seats 30 students. It has a fume hood, chemical prep area, wireless internet access, compound and dissecting microscopes and video-equipped teaching microscopes and LCD projector.

Mitchell Classroom
The Mitchell Classroom is appropriate for smaller groups, comfortably seating up to 15 students. It has a fume hood, chemical prep area, wireless internet access, compound and dissecting microscopes and video-equipped teaching microscopes.

Horse Barn Classroom
The Horse Barn Classroom is located on the upper campus in Wentworth Hall, a.k.a. the Horse Barn. It is the perfect size for lectures, seminars and small group discussions. Renovated in 2006, the Horse Barn Classroom is equipped with a Polycom system for video conferencing.