Please see below for information about reserving and directing visitors to MolES conference rooms, available A/V resources, autoclaves, and building policy documents and forms.
MolES.1st floor Conference Room (115)
Seating for 20 at doughnut-shaped conference table, small counter for beverages or small trays, podium, phone (phone number: 616-2972), small counter, trash/recycle bins, built in projector (portable TV also available)
MolES.2nd floor Conference Room (215)
Seating for 20 at doughnut-shaped conference tables, small counter for beverages or small trays, podium, phone (phone number: 221-1798), small counter, trash/recycle bins, portable TV available (no projector)
Making a Reservation
Preference for reservations will be given to building residents and other members of the MolES Institute. Outlook users with UW Exchange accounts can book a conference room using by creating a “New Meeting,” then clicking the “Rooms” button next to the “Location” field and selecting the desired room from the list. The room name will then appear in the “To” line with the other recipients and when you click “send,” your appointment will be added to the room’s calendar. Or just add the email address to your meeting or appointment.
Users without Exchange accounts can check availability on calendars below and email MolES@uw.edu to schedule a time.
Directing Visitors to MolES
The MolES Building is access restricted by keycard. If you require special access to the building for your event, please inform the building coordinator by email to MolES@uw.edu at least 24 hours before your meeting.
When coordinating deliveries or dropoffs, be sure to provide your visitors with the full name of the building (Molecular Engineering & Sciences Building) rather than an abbreviation, to avoid confusion with other engineering buildings. You may also wish to provide the cross streets (NE Stevens Way and NE Grant Lane) or Johnson Circle as a meeting point.
To reserve one of the two flat panel TVs please email MolES@uw.edu.
MolES has two autoclaves available for use by building occupants.
The third floor autoclave is smaller and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. It is NOT approved for sterilization of biohazardous waste.
The fourth floor autoclave is larger and may be used for biohazardous waste sterilization. Time on the 4th floor autoclave should be scheduled in advance through the MolES Autoclave Calendar.
NEITHER AUTOCLAVE SHOULD BE USED WITHOUT COMPLETING AUTOCLAVE TRAINING. Please contact MolES@uw.edu if you need to schedule a training session.
Policy Documents, Forms, and Files
MolES Space Policy Statement updated November 2013
MolES Health and Safety Plan updated June 2014