A Virtual Look at CSE and Ann Arbor
The University of Michigan is situated in scenic and cultural Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Computer Science and Engineering division calls the Bob and Betty Beyster Building home, located on the university’s North Campus. Here you can take a look at the area and some of what it has to offer.
For things to do around town, be sure to check out the
Area Information page. A Look Inside the Beyster Building
The slideshow below provides an inside glimpse of the Bob and Betty Beyster Building, the home of Computer Science and Engineering at Michigan.
CSE’s home, the Beyster Building, is located on U-M’s North Campus.
The Bob and Betty Beyster Building.
Tishman Hall, the building’s four-story atrium.
Students in Chez Betty, CSE’s self-service snack lounge.
Students preparing for a graduate student organization tea.
Tishman Hall is frequently used to stage events.
A lecture hall in the Beyster Building.
An event in Tishman Hall.
An empty office, waiting to be filled by a new faculty member.
Once occupied, offices can be quite cozy.
A lab in the Beyster Building.
A number of conference rooms are available in the building.
Open gathering spots are located on each floor of the building.
Behind this stained glass wall, on the third floor of the building, is a large conference room.
A view from the fourth floor of the building, down to the second floor landing.
The building’s signature spiral staircase.
A look around the building we call home, as well as some of the innovative work that goes on here.
A brief walking tour of the Beyster Building.
A brief walk around North Campus outside the building. A look around Ann Arbor
This slideshow provides look around the larger U-M campus and the surrounding town.
Pure Michigan’s tour of the town.
A playlist of tips for navigating Ann Arbor in the summer – things to do, places to see, and a tour of the campus.