|Marston Science Library & CISE|
Marston Science Library
Marston Science Library houses the University Libraries' collections of physical, life and earth sciences, as well as engineering, agriculture and mathematics. The building opened February 1987 and is named for former UF President Robert Marston. This library serves over a million people each year.
Located on the lower floor of this building, the Map and Imagery Library provides maps, aerial photographs, satellite images, atlases and a unique collection of NASA Kennedy Space Center film rolls. Many research items also provide recreational information such as hiking, canoeing and sailing maps.
Computer Science & Engineering Building
The CSE building houses the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering (CISE). A large computer lab on the main floor contains more than 200 computers for student use.
There is also an electronic classroom equipped with computers
and printers. Decorating the southwest corner of the complex is the sculpture
"Alachua," more commonly known on campus as the "French Fries."