Stanley Hall

Built 2007. Wendell M. Stanley, who won the 1946 Nobel Prize in chemistry, served Berkeley as biochemistry chair (1948-53), virology chair (1958-64), and founder and director of the virus lab (1948-69). Stanley Hall is the Berkeley headquarters for the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3). The office and lab complex supports interdisciplinary teaching and research as part of the campus' Health Science Initiative.

Building Details

Floors: 12

Accessible entrances: The main accessible entrance is located on the west side of the building facing the Hearst Mining Circle. It has automatic door openers.

Restrooms: There are usable restrooms on all floors of the building.

Designated waiting area: Has two DWAs. North DWA: Upon exiting the elevator make a left at the first intersection and stop at the stairwell on your left. South DWA: Upon exiting the elevator make a right at the first intersection and stop at the stairwell on your right.

Emergency evacuation cabinet: S: The emergency evacuation cabinet is located on the right hand side on the way to the south elevator lobby.

Pictures of Stanley Hall

The front side of Stanley Hall, facing west. The front entrance contains a small staircase. The accessible ramp is to the right.

Stanley Hall

The accessible ramp to Stanley Hall, facing west. It is a winding ramp to the right of the front entrance.

West Access Path

The west entrance to Stanley Hall. To the right of the rightmost set of doors is an automatic door opener.

West Entrance

Location

Classrooms and Departments

Molecular & Cell Biology, Bioengineering, Physics, Chemistry, QB3

Classrooms

105 Stanley

Maximum Capacity

292

106 Stanley

Maximum Capacity

114

179 Stanley

Maximum Capacity

30

Features

  • ADA-Instructor Accessible
  • ADA-Student Accessible
  • AV-Computer Data Display
  • AV-Connection-Aux
  • AV-Connection-VGA
  • AV-DVD Player
  • AV-Screen-Manual Projector
  • AV-VHS player
  • Board-White Only
  • Seating-Movable
  • Window-None